git init template, replacing modified hooks
I am constantly updating my local git hooks. I have a repo to house my .git template. This means that I am constantly running git init –template=../git-template to update repos with my hook changes.
Problem: Everytime I run git init –temp…, I need to first remove the hooks in .git/hooks that will be replaced with the updated hooks. This is annoying. I know I can script the removal of these hooks from the repo that I want to update, but is this functionality built into git already?
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This doesn’t exactly answer your question, but I just symlink all my .git/hooks folders to a common location so I can just modify that; that might make your life easier