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env: node: No such file or directory

Upon cloning a Github repo (QUnit) on my Mac (10.13.6), when I try to commit a change, I get an error:


`env: node: No such file or directory`


I understand this may be related to a commit hook and the fact that I am using nvm for Node, but I am unclear what to do about it.


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Well,  could you check from classic command line git? 

I  mean, is it reproducible from command line git, hence you can understand which is it related pre-receive hook or not.




Gonchik Tsymzhitov

Hi, and thanks... Yes, sorry, I was getting a flag about the format of the commit message.... That cleared it up (though it'd be nice if the log could be available in SourceTree)

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