Git Hooks in VS Code
If you're working on a team or collaborating with other developers, using Git hooks can be beneficial for enforcing code standards, running tests automatically, or preventing commits that don't meet certain criteria.They can help protect both your local git repo as well as hosted git repo from bad commits that could potentially break your code.
Git hooks are scripts that can be executed before or after certain Git events, such as committing changes or pushing to a remote repository. They allow you to automate tasks, enforce code quality, and perform various checks as part of your development workflow.
The GitHooks extension for Visual Studio Code provides a user interface (UI) to manage and configure Git hooks without needing to interact with the command line directly. This can make it more convenient and accessible for developers who prefer a visual interface for managing their Git hooks.
Run Git Hooks
Git Hooks Configuration
Various Shell path suggetions
Git Hooks in VS Code Source Control
Git Hooks Layout
Git Hooks Description
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