Git commit without the pre-commit hook

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Mattias Geniar, June 29, 2020

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Quick tip if you want to skip the pre-commit validations and quickly want to get a commit out there.

$  git commit . -m 'quick fix'
[INFO] Installing environment for
[INFO] Once installed this environment will be reused.
[INFO] This may take a few minutes...
- hook id: flake8
- exit code: 1

core/utils/ E126 continuation line over-indented for hanging indent
core/utils/ E265 block comment should start with '# '

To get your commit through without running that pre-commit hook, use the --no-verify option.

$ git commit . -m 'quick fix' --no-verify
[master 81d0b2e0] wip
 19 files changed, 1718 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

Voila, without pre-commit hooks running!

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