Not specifically. That said, the hook is going to push any new changs to a branch so you can easily fake it by pushing the commit again. The best way would be to force push the branch that your commit is on back to the previous commit, and then push the commit again. Potentially you might want to create a temporary branch just for testing. Or something like that.
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