• Name

    post-commit – Notification of a successful commit.


    The post-commit hook is run after the transaction is committed, and a new revision created. Most people use this hook to send out descriptive emails about the commit or to notify some other tool (such as an issue tracker) that a commit has happened. Some configurations also use this hook to trigger backup processes.

    The output from, and exit value returned by the post-commit hook program are ignored.

    Input Parameter(s)

    The command-line arguments passed to the hook program, in order, are:

    1. repository path

    2. revision number created by the commit

    Common Uses

    commit notification, tool integration

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