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Husky pre commit не работает

husky > pre-commit hook failed (add —no-verify to bypass)

Suddenly I am getting the «husky > pre-commit hook failed (add —no-verify to bypass)» error message when I give the git commit .

I don’t know what I am doing wrong. I tried git clean command too.

3 Answers 3

Husky can prevent you from bad git commit , git push and more. If you are getting this error check your code syntax, in case if you are getting this error even your code is valid. Please use the below command.

Another solution is to delete the .git/hook folder and then uninstall and reinstall husky. There are chances for conflicts with husky-generated files and .git/hook/ files.

The Comment by @Elio is a much preferred solution, as `—no-verify’ is skipping whatever scripts that should run.

I assume here that if the scripts are there it is for a reason.

Therefore:

You can also delete the .git/hook folder and then uninstall and reinstall husky. There are some conflicts with husky generated files and .git/hook/ files. That worked for me

In my case the unistall/reinstall was not necessary.

I’m surprised that the top answer suggests just to omit hooks’ verification. If you have Husky hooks, you cannot just ignore them.

In my case I started getting husky > pre-commit hook failed (add —no-verify to bypass) once some dependencies have been updated. The problem was solved by changing Husky’s pre-commit linting command to npm run lint (usually this one works fine in most cases) in husky file:

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Precommit hook fails inside Visual Studio 2019 #673

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lucipacurar commented Feb 19, 2020 •

I have git version 2.24.1.windows.2 , husky 4.2.3 , VS2019 16.4.5 , pretty-quick 2.0.1 and husky fails to run inside VS2019 only with the following message:

But it works perfectly fine from git bash and other git clients like SourceTree and Tortoise. I’m not sure how can I run husky in debug mode from VS so I can provide you with the debug log. With husky 3.1.0 it works just fine. Please let me know if you need more info. Thank you 🙂

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longcui commented Mar 2, 2020

same issue here

volser commented Mar 4, 2020

same issue but for GitHub Desktop for Windows

dwilliams1994 commented Mar 12, 2020 •

I also have this issue. As suggested, downgrading Husky to 3.1.0 appears to fix it

vmo-mgosling commented Mar 16, 2020 •

Also having this issue with GitHub Desktop.

A few of our staff use GitHub Desktop, hopefully this issue gets fixed. 3.1.0 is quite old.

barisusakli commented Apr 25, 2020

Slettan commented Apr 25, 2020

Thanks for the link, this worked for me:

nycgavin commented Aug 14, 2020

Thanks for the link, this worked for me:

Try
«husky»: <
«hooks»: <
«pre-commit»: «npx pretty-quick —staged»
>
>

aminya commented Sep 23, 2020

This is not specific to Visual Studio.
I have the same error with commit lint on GitHub desktop or Atom.
conventional-changelog/commitlint#1665

LloydTao commented Sep 26, 2020

i have this issue on GitHub Desktop.

removing this from my package.json instantly fixes the problem:

the error log gives a small indication of what’s happening.

it incorrectly looks in:

where the real path is:

rlam3 commented Oct 7, 2020

@LloydTao Were you able to find a workaround solution?

jmejiaxdev commented Jan 20, 2021

Hi! A brute solution is removing whatever hook (e.g. husky ) folder located inside your .git folder

aminya commented Jan 20, 2021 •

Hi! A brute solution is removing whatever hook (e.g. husky ) folder located inside your .git folder

Well, I actually do this. Other people use Husky in their projects, and when I want to contribute to their projects, I get rid of the hooks first so I can commit a change! 🙄

You can also remove the husky entry from package.json

typicode commented Jan 26, 2021

Not sure but it seems to be a PATH issue. Could you try logging PATH?

BarakMaozCIQ commented Jan 28, 2021 •

I have an issue here, someone knows how to solve it?
I’m using GitHub desktop and I want to use «pretty-quick», I tried to add it from package.json and I tried to add it on separate js files but it’s still not working
*when I change the husky version to 3.1.0 it’s working, so the issue is in husky probably

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lucipacurar commented Jan 28, 2021

@BarakMaozCIQ you have some workarounds posted above. You can change the script to be run on precommit with npx pretty-quick —staged

viceice commented Apr 9, 2021

It’s a visual studio issue, in the included git version the cygpath.exe is missing.

aminya commented Apr 9, 2021

It is actually a Husky problem. I had the issue with GitHub Desktop, not Visual Studio. Husky v1 works fine for example.

viceice commented Apr 9, 2021 •

Nope, it’s a problem of the used git distribution. cygpath seems also be missing in github desktop.

The included bash sets MSYS env, which causes the npm shell wrapper to use cygpath.

lucksp commented Apr 15, 2021 •

committing on my terminal works fine. Committing on GitHub Desktop results in Error:

.husky/pre-commit: line 4: npx: command not found
husky — pre-commit hook exited with code 127 (error)

aminya commented May 10, 2021 •

@viceice Microsoft has closed your issue meaning this is a Husky issue and it should be fixed independently of the environment that Husky is being used in (Visual Studio, GitHub Desktop, Atom, etc).

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pre-commit hook failed (add —no-verify to bypass) #716

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cjoecker commented Apr 19, 2020

I’m getting the following error:

This is my package.json

I tried everything that is mentioned here but nothing works.

I have the latest vesion of everything:
intellij IDEA 2020.1, node 13.13.0, npm 6,14,4, git 2.24.0.windows.2, husky 4.2.5

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zuzusik commented Apr 22, 2020

@typicode it seems like reverting back to using run-node might be a good idea.

Thorbenl commented Apr 23, 2020 •

Have a similiar problem, with additionall data:

no, not using nvm 🙂 every dev is on the latest node anyway

BlakePetersen commented Apr 30, 2020

Same situation as @Thorbenl cept mine is barking about prettier and we are not using husky in this repo. Probably not be specific to husky ultimately.

prettier requires at least version 10.13.0 of Node, please upgrade

akullpp commented May 11, 2020

Same on Windows:

Why is it using node v11, when I have another node version installed?

smancang commented May 14, 2020

same here, with husky 4.2.5,eslint 7.0.0, prettier 2.0.5,pre-commit doesn’t work.

dan-hut commented May 14, 2020

I had the same problem on babun console with

git version 2.21.0
node v12.13.0,
«husky»: «^4.2.5»,
«lint-staged»: «^10.2.2»

Downgrading «lint-staged» to version 8.1.7 fixed the issue.

RichH73 commented Aug 3, 2020

I ran into the same issue. I copied «husky»: «^4.2.5» from devDependencies and added to dependencies. Ran npm i again and all was well.

tibic commented Aug 27, 2020

Shinobi247 commented Sep 4, 2020 •

Hey @cjoecker, I believe this issue is because of the fact that git has its own pre-hooks , and now, with husky, you have added yours. I think there is a conflict between those two.

For a temporary solution, you can just delete the hook folder from ./git folder from your project or maybe move it out of your project folder(if you want). This worked for me. Hope so for you too.

vijayakumarbathini commented Sep 4, 2020

Facing same issue for pre-commit hook failed with below husky

«husky»: <
«hooks»: <
«pre-commit»: «lint-staged && npm run precommit»
>
>,

AsifArko commented Sep 10, 2020

Not compitable with node 10. tried with node 12.18.3 .worked great

AnandB23 commented Oct 14, 2020

Finally found a solution. The issue (even though it’s not an issue! ) is because of the hooks created by react. I simply deleted the hooks folder for git which defines the pre-commit hooks and hence can push after that.

Edit: You can also skip hooks when you provide the git command line argument —no-verify, git push origin master —no-verify, or use Sourcetree‘s Bypass commit hooks setting (in the menu to the top right of the commit message field)

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FrancisChung commented Nov 6, 2020

Finally found a solution. The issue (even though it’s not an issue! ) is because of the hooks created by react. I simply deleted the hooks folder for git which defines the pre-commit hooks and hence can push after that.

This worked for me. Thanks @AnandB23, you saved me from wasting more hours on this

rpilev commented Dec 2, 2020 •

Finally found a solution. The issue (even though it’s not an issue! ) is because of the hooks created by react. I simply deleted the hooks folder for git which defines the pre-commit hooks and hence can push after that.

Edit: You can also skip hooks when you provide the git command line argument —no-verify, git push origin master —no-verify, or use Sourcetree‘s Bypass commit hooks setting (in the menu to the top right of the commit message field)

Not really a solution if you want the hooks to run. If you just delete the folder then it just stops working. I am having the same issue. Only happens on my Windows machine and I still haven’t found a solution.

When I try to make a commit I get this:

. >git commit -m «test»

On Mac and Linux this issue does not seem to happen. I tired uninstalling nodejs and installing the latest version, but it did not help.

Managed to make it work by changing

However now I am just bypassing lint-staged, but what if I want that to work too?

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GitHub desktop Husky pre-commit hook does not

I installed husky@4 and lint-staged as per many other projects (on Mac OS11). The terminal command flow git add . and git commit -m ‘something’ flow works fine: Husky’s pre-commit hook and lint-staged commands are picked up successfully. However, the Github Desktop pre-commit hook does not seem to be behaving.

I have tried looking in the the .git/hooks/pre-commit file and it’s there:

Any other reasons why GitHub Desktop is not finding this?

1 Answer 1

I’d suggest upgrading to Husky version 6, because that got it working for me, although it took some extra steps specific to Windows.

Background I’m working on this same problem now with the latest packages.

In my case, I thought that fixed the bug in my configuration — but it actually had just completely disabled Husky because there are some complicated v4 -> v6 migration instructions: https://typicode.github.io/husky/#/?id=migrate-from-v4-to-v6

However, I think you’re having the same issue I was, even though I’m on Windows — GitHub Desktop throwing an error, probably because of «command not found» or something similar.

In my case, husky worked on the command line (git for Windows) but not in GitHub Desktop.

(At one point this was a known bug in GitHub Desktop, but that looks like that got fixed years ago.)

There’s a part of the Husky docs addressing this specific error: https://typicode.github.io/husky/#/?id=command-not-found

Unfortunately, even once I finished the migration instructions for v6, I was still having the issue, and it came down to using nvm (in my case, nvm for Windows, which is less robust because it doesn’t even support .nvmrc files).

I uninstalled nvm completely and reinstalled the latest stable node (15.14.0) and npm (7.10.0). But ultimately it came down to adding «C:\Program Files\Git\bin» to PATH, which finally combined with husky v6 got the pre-commit git hooks working.

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Can’t find Husky, skipping pre-commit hook #333

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DarwinniwraD commented Aug 21, 2018

husky installed information:

config in .huskyrc

I got the below error message:

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alexeyten commented Aug 21, 2018

Have you tried to do what error message suggests?

DarwinniwraD commented Aug 21, 2018

yes, try many times, including, reinstall the projects, interchange between yarn and npm , move the config into the package.json file, not working, and the wired thing is, I can find the package under node_modules/ folder

tommedema commented Aug 22, 2018

Experiencing the same issue. Reinstalled a hundred times to not avail

alexeyten commented Aug 23, 2018

Could you show .git/hooks/pre-commit file?

tommedema commented Aug 23, 2018

Upgrading to husky@next fixed it for me

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alexeyten commented Aug 23, 2018

Can’t find Husky message appears in @next (not yet released) version
Looks like you had installed @next and then tried to downgrade to 0.14.3 .
I guess, for proper downgrade one have to remove .git/hooks/. files and reinstall husky.

DarwinniwraD commented Aug 27, 2018

@alexeyten this is my pre-commit file

alexeyten commented Aug 27, 2018

What exact error message do you get?

animamundi commented Oct 20, 2018 •

I was able to fix this issue with:

emanuel-virca commented Oct 24, 2018 •

I got the same error running on windows and it was caused by the fact that the scriptPath contained a white space
Project 2.0/project-app/node_modules/husky/run.js . I do not know much about shell scripts but I have added double quotes wherever the scriptPath was used and it worked.
Bellow is the final pre-commit script.

afuggini commented Oct 26, 2018

This fixed it for me, thanks @animamundi!

nlindroos commented Oct 30, 2018

In addition to @animamundi’s suggestion, I had to remove node_modules.
All steps:

The corrupted hooks were in my case most likely caused by switching from a branch with husky@1.1.2 to a branch with husky@0.14.3.

afuggini commented Oct 30, 2018 •

I found out that in my case, the problem was that I also had https://www.npmjs.com/package/pre-commit installed, and that overwrote Husky’s hooks. I removed this module from packages.json , removed node_modules folder and re-run yarn install . All perfect now.
(Sorry, slightly different issue than this one but thought it might help)

ianjamieson commented Feb 14, 2019

It recommends to:

npm install husky —save-dev

However, I needed to force the latest version to fix the issue:

npm install husky@latest —save-dev

That is of course if you are ok upgrading to the latest version. This error had occurred after I had just updated a bunch of npm packages, so grabbing the latest was ideal.

LeeHao12 commented Feb 28, 2019

@animamundi work for me , thank you!

wsrast commented Mar 12, 2019

Simply uninstalling and reinstalling husky worked for me. My use case is a bit more complex because I’m using a Yarn workspace with husky installed in more than one sub-package, but the uninstall/reinstall cycle in just one of the sub-packages did the trick.

SandroLuck commented Mar 21, 2019

Was able to solve it by (manually) deleting the node_modules folder and the package-lock.json, then reinstalling. Working on Linux

reinaldoembarcadores commented Apr 28, 2019

I just deleting the folder .git/hooks/
rm -rf .git/hooks/

working on windows

canye365 commented Nov 30, 2019

@ianjamieson
Thank you very much, he worked for me

ghost commented Feb 27, 2020

This worked for me. In package.json

«husky»: <
«hooks»: <
«pre-commit»: «npm test»,
«commit-msg»: «commitlint -E HUSKY_GIT_PARAMS»
>
>,

remjx commented Mar 21, 2020

My server was still running which was locking node_modules . Once I shut down the server it installed successfully.

danielrussellLA commented Aug 12, 2020 •

look for your .git folder — it is likely in the root of your project — then remove the pre-commit hook file with rm .git/hooks/pre-commit .

if you cat .git/hooks/pre-commit and you’ve used husky before — the pre-commit file will likely look like auto-generated bash code. feel free to delete it

stoicskyline commented Aug 17, 2020 •

For Yarn:
Running yarn add husky may not display an error, for example when your Git is out of date, which will silently skip installing Husky’s Git hooks. So best to use npm first to setup the Git hooks:

eyedean commented Sep 15, 2020

I believe it is because husky attaches its hooks from .huskyrc only at the time of installation. So, if you try to first install husky (via npm i or npm i -D husky ) and then create .huskyrc file, it fails!

You must reinstall husky, after .huskyrc is created (and possibly every time it is modified). That’s why rm -rf .git/hooks && npm i -D husky is the solution. 🙂

PS. if you don’t want to delete all the hooks, you can simply rm -f .git/hooks/pre-commit for pre-commit hook.

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