I'm trying to get a push-to-deploy workflow running with git in our local network. To get started I created the following repositories on my local machine (Windows 7):
- D:/gitTest/remote/test-01.git (bare repository)
- D:/gitTest/local/test-01 (working repository)
When I push to the remote repository I want it to deploy into the folder:
Push and pull between the local and the remote repository work fine and a local pre-push hook (just a echo) gets called.
But the post-recieve
hook in the remote repository is not running.
The file test-01.git/hooks/post-recieve
echo "Script started"
git --work-tree=/d/gitTest/remote/test-01_live --git-dir=/d/gitTest/remote/test-01.git checkout -f
echo "Script ended"
If I run the file manually via the git bash it works fine. Also tried (with the same result):
GIT_WORK_TREE=/d/gitTest/remote/test-01_live git checkout -f
Is the post-recieve hook triggered if I push to a bare repository on a local machine? Or do the so called "server hooks" actually need a git server?
Any other ideas why the hook is not triggered?