The following script works when I run it from Git BASH or a command window, but seems to be ignored when I commit from inside oXygen.
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#!/bin/sh set -x # In order to run this pre-commit hook the user will need the following setup # 1. The DITA-OT command utility needs to be added to the path # In Windows, typically this path is: "C:\DEV\DITA-OT\dita-ot-3.4\bin" # 2. Git needs to be installed on your computer. (https://git-scm.com/download/) # 3. Run 'git config core.hooksPath .githooks' in the repo folder to add the Git symlink. # There is no confirmation. # 3. Run 'chmod +x .githooks/pre-commit' in the repo folder to add the Git symlink. # There is no confirmation. # Populate all the .DITA* files for this commit ditafiles=$(git diff --cached --name-only --diff-filter=ACM | grep '.dita*') # Get the absolute path of the `.git/hooks` directory export GIT_HOOKS=`cd "\`dirname "\\\`readlink "$0" || echo $0\\\`"\`" && pwd` # Loop over the files, find their directory, and generate the README within that directory for arg in $ditafiles; do BASE_DIRECTORY=$(echo "$arg" | cut -d "/" -f1) # Set the absolute path of the build directory export BUILD_FILES="$GIT_HOOKS/../$BASE_DIRECTORY" # Now that we have the base path to the project we can run the DITA command to generate that specific README dita --input=$BUILD_FILES/README.ditamap --format=markdown -Dchunk=to-content --output=$BUILD_FILES/docs/ done # Exit with status of last command exit 0