On Fri, 15 Aug 2014 07:55:36 -0700 (PDT)
Etienne Pouliot <etiennepoul...@gmail.com> wrote:

> > > I'm trying to get my post-merge hook to run but I can't get it to 
> > > work. 
> > [...] 
> > > #git pull 
> > The merge did not happen because `git merge` (which was run as a 
> > part of the `git pull` work flow) performed a fast-forward. 
> That make sense.
> Any  other way to run a hook everytime I do a "git pull" ?

I think no, there's no way to do that (you can try to find the word
"pull" in the githooks manual page).  But the next question is why you
need to have a hook for this in the first place?  Hooks can't be
committed (and hence be made automatically available and armed in
remote repositories) and hence they have to be considered to be "local
configuration".  If so, why not just have a wrapper program (a shell
script could be the simplest way to make one) which calls `git pull`
and dances around its outcome?

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