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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# Aside from removing Ruby on Rails specific code this is taken verbatim from
# mislav's git-deploy (http://github.com/mislav/git-deploy) and it's awesome
# - Ryan Florence (http://ryanflorence.com)
#
# Install this hook to a remote repository with a working tree, when you push
# to it, this hook will reset the head so the files are updated
if ENV['GIT_DIR'] == '.'
# this means the script has been called as a hook, not manually.
# get the proper GIT_DIR so we can descend into the working copy dir;
# if we don't then `git reset --hard` doesn't affect the working tree.
Dir.chdir('..')
ENV['GIT_DIR'] = '.git'
end
cmd = %(bash -c "[ -f /etc/profile ] && source /etc/profile; echo $PATH")
envpath = IO.popen(cmd, 'r') { |io| io.read.chomp }
ENV['PATH'] = envpath
# find out the current branch
head = `git symbolic-ref HEAD`.chomp
# abort if we're on a detached head
exit unless $?.success?
oldrev = newrev = nil
null_ref = '0' * 40
# read the STDIN to detect if this push changed the current branch
while newrev.nil? and gets
# each line of input is in form of "<oldrev> <newrev> <refname>"
revs = $_.split
oldrev, newrev = revs if head == revs.pop
end
# abort if there's no update, or in case the branch is deleted
exit if newrev.nil? or newrev == null_ref
# update the working copy
`umask 002 && git reset --hard`
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