push-hook configuration setting

The "push-hook" setting determines whether Git Town allows or prevents Git hooks while pushing branches. Hooks are enabled by default. If your Git hooks are slow, you can disable them to speed up branch syncing.

When disabled, Git Town pushes using the --no-verify option. This omits the pre-push hook.

The best way to change this setting is via the setup assistant.

config file

To configure the push hook in the configuration file:

push-hook = false

Git metadata

To configure the push hook manually in Git, run this command:

git config [--global] git-town.push-hook <true|false>

The optional --global flag applies this setting to all Git repositories on your local machine. When not present, the setting applies to the current repo.