Glerbl manages git hooks.
Glerbl is a tool to help manage git hooks and promote consistent coding standards among contributors to a repository.
Let’s say you maintain a github repository for which you want to ensure the following coding standards:
- No trailing spaces.
- No non-ascii file names.
- All python code must conform to pep8.
You can hope that contributors will remember to run the necessary checks before they send in pull requests or push code to the repository.
Or you can use glerbl to formalize your requirements and provide all collaborators with the means to detect problems and fix these problems before they commit.
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