* Git hooks and stdin/stderr/stdout.
@ 2020-10-11 9:25 Gabriel Nützi
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From: Gabriel Nützi @ 2020-10-11 9:25 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I have a question regarding git hooks and would have liked to get some
better understanding of how internally a hook is run. Especially I
want to know what happens under the hood because the behavior kind of
puzzles me. So what I've understood:
When git runs the hook, git does
- connects stdin of the hook process to it (is that always the case?)
- redirects stdout of the hook process to the stderr of the hook
process. So anything you write to stdout/stderr in the hook process
ends up in the stderr of the git process.
Is that understanding correct? Is there a doc describing this?
Thanks for the help.
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