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70 days ago
I'm a big fan of pre-commit (https://pre-commit.com/) for common git hooks.
one goal of my approach was to not have any dependencies you have to install to be able to use it.
It is certainly not as mighty as pre-commit. But it doesn't add an extra layer around the stuff you know (hooks and gitconfig) and it can be enabled by setting just one git config value