Bashly provides you with three general purpose hooks that let you inject your
own code. To use a hook, simply create one of the files listed below in your
bashly add hooks to create the two hook files in your source directory.
||Execute code inside the
||Execute code before calling any command, but after processing the command line input.|
||Execute code after calling any command.|
These hooks should be considered last resort, for any functionality that is not covered by more native means.
Below is a list of some related features that can be used instead of using these hooks:
- To change bash runtime parameters (e.g.
set -o pipefail), use the
- To verify a program is installed, use
- To verify an environment variable is defined, use
- To perform validation operations, use Custom Validations instead.
- To halt the execution of the command unless certain conditions are met, use Custom Filters instead.