On Wednesday 13 February 2013 14:56:25 Matthieu Moy wrote:
> Michael Haggerty <mhag...@alum.mit.edu> writes:
> I think adding a short "dependencies" section in the README (or in an
> INSTALL file) saying which Python version works could save new users the
> trouble (I see the sheebang inside the scripts says python2 but since I
> couldn't use my system's python and called
> "path/to/python git_multimail.py", this didn't help). Making the script
> portable with python 2 and 3 would be awesome ;-).
For my 2p worth, I don't like seeing hooks called like this. Particular those
that come as part of the standard installation.
I call mine by installing little scripts like this (on Debian):
# stored as $GIT_WORK_DIR/.git/hooks/post-receive-email
exec /bin/sh /usr/share/git-core/contrib/hooks/post-receive-email
This means I don't have to make the sample script executable, it gets upgraded
automatically as git gets upgraded, and the interpreter is easily changed by
changing a file in my work directory, rather than altering a packaged file.
I'd prefer to see the /usr/share/git-core/templates/hooks/ using a similar
technique, as to my mind, installing a full copy of the sample script in every
new repository is wasteful and leaves you with potentially out-of-date scripts
when you update git.
Dr Andy Parkins
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