The Git side of things

In the previous chapter you manually tested hooks using the CLI run command. Now to install those hooks and have Git use them, we'll use the CLI install command.

hooked install

What this command does is create the scripts inside the .git/hooks directory that Git will run whenever you do Git stuffs. By default, these scripts are a simple call to the CLI run command.

So unless you change anything in the hook templates, you only need to run this once, as it will read your current configuration any time those scripts get called.

Uninstalling hooks

If at any point you want to remove the scripts from your .git/hooks directory, use the CLI uninstall command.

hooked uninstall