Pre-commit hook for Git when Hudson build has failed
I'm trying to figure out how to write a pre-commit hook for
Git that checks the status of my
Hudson build. If the previous build failed, it should disallow anyone from committing without first writing a specific line, e.g. "fixed build."
The first answerer has provided one side of the coin: the Hudson API.
I now need the other side. How do I write the pre-commit hook in
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