Mon Apr 11 2022·2 min read
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--no-verify option to skip git commit hooks, e.g.
git commit -m "commit message" --no-verify. When the
--no-verify option is
used, the pre-commit and commit-msg hooks are bypassed.
git commit -m "commit message" --no-verify git push --no-verify
You can also use the
-n option, which is short for
git commit -m "commit message" -n
If you use the husky package for your git
hooks, you can also prefix the command with the
HUSKY=0 environment variable.
# HUSKY=0 git YOUR_COMMAND_HERE HUSKY=0 git commit -m "commit message" HUSKY=0 git cherry-pick --continue
If the suggestions above didn't solve your issue, you can comment out the specific git hook by:
# . "$(dirname "$0")/husky.sh".
The hooks are located in the
option can be used to bypass the
The pre-commit hook is run first and is used to inspect the snapshot that's about to be committed.
pre-commit hook can be used to run tests, lint, type check, etc. If the
hook exists with a non-zero code, the commit is aborted.
The commit-msg hook is also
skipped by the
--no-verify option. This hook is invoked when using the
git commit or
git merge commands.
commit-msg hook exists with a non-zero code, the commit is aborted.
commit-msg hooks run, the
post-commit hook runs. This
hook is often used for notification purposes.
The pre-merge-commit hook
can also be bypassed with the
--no-verify option. This hook is invoked after
the merge has been carried out successfully and before obtaining the commit log