I finally decide to git hooks a try.
My goal is after I commit. run tests and email me the result.
I find a tutorial, think
post-update is the way to go.
So I tried with the following code, make some change and commit. but it does not work.
#!/bin/sh # send email /usr/games/fortune | mail -s "git commited" firstname.lastname@example.org
As usual, I stackoverflow. some hints is that the GIT_DIR probably not right.
So I change it, still no lucky.
#!/bin/sh # send email GIT_DIR=/home/hwu/downstream/ /usr/games/fortune | mail -s "git commited" email@example.com
At this point, I am a bit angry, why it is so hard to complish such a simple thing?
There seems no easy matrials I can rely on.
Seems whatever I do, git post-update hook do nothing.
I wonder maybe the post-update hook is not the right one, when I find that most of the topic is about pull, update when talking about post-update.
Finally, I switch to post-commit and it works.
The Whole process take me about 1 hour.
Once this works, I will add my code to do the test. That part shoud be easy