I could be wrong, but my understanding was that on Windows (as on other
platforms), hooks are simply scripts that are executed. Given that we can't
run a bash script on Windows (without making unnecessary assumptions about
the environment), it seems a second script would be needed.
Le mer. 21 nov. 2018 à 09:47, Vladimir Sitnikov <sitnikov.vladimir@xxxxxxxxx>
a écrit :
Michael>Unfortunately, to work on Windows, I believe we would need to write
Michael>versions of the hook.
Why do you think so?