Is there a way to integrate SourceTree with Stash or BitBucket, such that a pre-push git-hook could be specified server-side, and automatically installed on SourceTree clients?
This is not about pre-receive git-hooks. We're specifically looking for a way to deploy a pre-push git-hook to everyone on the team.
The usual pattern for this is to commit the hook to the repository (e.g.
hooks/pre-push) and then get each team member to symlink (or copy) it into their .git/hooks directory:
ln -s hooks/pre-push .git/hooks/pre-push
There is no way to enforce that a git hook runs on the client-side, you must rely on your developers to install it themselves (I usually document the process in the repositories README) and, for important hooks - e.g. running tests or lint tools - run them on the server as well.
As Tim writes, this is an unsolved problem, normally addressed with conventions.
With the Commit Policy Plugin, we use a different approach to install dynamically generated client-side commit-msg scripts:
So far, it works fine. (As the scripts are dynamic, we can't include them directly in the repo content.)
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