Trivial demo tasks for git users.
This package contains some example git hooks.
The hooks are made runnable via console_scripts entry points. The hooks are also recognized by the flowtool-githooks management via entry points. That just means for a user of this tool, that the hooks will show up in the ft githooks-scripts menu automatically, and can also be run via their name from the command line.
## Setting things up
`shell $ pip install flowtool-githooks-demo ` Then you can install the hook runner and set up the demo hook by using these commands:
`shell $ flowtool githooks-install $ flowtool githooks-scripts --hook pre-commit --add _flowtool_githooks.demo $ flowtool githooks-scripts --hook commit-msg --add _flowtool_githooks.demo $ flowtool githooks-scripts --hook pre-push --add _flowtool_githooks.demo `
To configure the hooks interactively:
`shell $ flowtool githooks-scripts --help $ flowtool githooks-scripts `
To unistall the hooks use:
`shell $ flowtool githooks-scripts --hook pre-commit --remove _flowtool_githooks.demo $ flowtool githooks-wipe `
A git hook to showcase the possibilities of git hooks. It prints its (command line) arguments and various information that may or may not be interesting to someone developing a hook for his own purposes.
As one main feature, it reads it’s standard input non-blocking and outputs it if there is anything, since only some hooks get additional information passed in via stdin.
A git hook that will always fail.
Good to test what a non-zero exit status will do for certain hooks.
A step towards a collection of git hooks, that wrap code checkers. This one wraps [shellcheck](https://github.com/koalaman/shellcheck), a shell script syntax, style and security checker.
One more step towards a collection of useful git hooks. This one wraps [yamllint](https://github.com/adrienverge/yamllint), a yaml linter.
One more step towards a collection of useful git hooks. This one wraps [pymarkdownlint](https://github.com/jorisroovers/pymarkdownlint), a markdown linter.