Why isn't there a post-rebase hook in git (and a post-update hook

I manage a repository, where I periodically fetch changes from other
developers. I use git-cherrypick, git-commit, git-rebase and git-reset
commands to make that happen, depending on the context.  After every
such successful application of a change, I need to run a set of linux

Is there a hook that will let me do that? If not a hook, is there
another git-specific way to do this?

post-commit only fires for git-commit and there are no post-rebase,
post-reset or post-cherrypick hooks that I can find.


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