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Using git pre-commit hook for php and js syntax check

This is a followup from my two previous posts on php and js git pre-commit syntax check where I had mentioned how to check for php and js syntax independently using pre-commit with git.

But what if we wanted to check for both php and js syntax at same time while committing. So, I used the scripts used for both and combined them. …

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Associating git hooks with js syntax check

This is a followup article from my previous post.

Here we will be using git pre-commit to check for syntax error while committing in JavaScript files.

We will need nodejs in our system. Please check for downloading and install steps.

Note: I am using ubuntu 14.04 for this setup.

Steps to add pre-commit JavaScript syntax check with git:

1. Use npm to install jslint package globally in your system.

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Associating git hooks with php syntax check

Many a times we have faced this problem that when we commit something and it breaks something on the server due to some syntax error.
I know that these can be caught by IDEs and good editors, but sometimes there might be an syntax error introduced after a code merge conflict resolution and commit.
To address this, we can use git pre-commit hooks to check for any syntax errors in the to be committed files.

There is a good script I found which does this at

Steps to add pre-commit php syntax check with git:

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