Time for action - installing Nose as a Git post-commit hook

  1. The hooks are stored in a subdirectory of a Git repository, so the first thing that we need to do is initialize a repository. Make a new directory for the Git repository and execute the following command inside of it:
    $ git init
  2. Git hooks are executable programs, so they can be written in any language. To run Nose, it makes sense to use a shell script (on Unix-like systems) or batch file (on Windows) for the hook. If you're using a Unix-like system, place the following two lines into a file called post-commit in the .git/hooks/ subdirectory, and then use the chmod +x post-commit command to make it executable.

    If you're using a Windows system, place the following lines ...

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