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how to ushow to add hadolint as a pre-commit hook

- repo: https://github.com/petalmd/dockerfile-pre-commit
  rev: ''  # Use the revision rev you want to point at
  hooks:
  - id: dockerlint

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s telling pre-commit to use the dockerfile-pre-commit repo.
2. It’s telling pre-commit to use the latest revision of the repo.
3. It’s telling pre-commit to use the dockerlint hook.

Now, let’s install the pre-commit hooks:

$ pre-commit install

Now, let’s try to commit a Dockerfile that has a syntax error:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will fail because the Dockerfile has a syntax error.

Let’s fix the syntax error and try to commit again:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will succeed because the Dockerfile has no syntax errors.

Let’s try to commit a Dockerfile that has a linting error:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will fail because the Dockerfile has a linting error.

Let’s fix the linting error and try to commit again:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will succeed because the Dockerfile has no linting errors.

Let’s try to commit a Dockerfile that has a syntax error and a linting error:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will fail because the Dockerfile has a syntax error and a linting error.

Let’s fix the syntax error and try to commit again:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will fail because the Dockerfile has a linting error.

Let’s fix the linting error and try to commit again:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will succeed because the Dockerfile has no syntax errors and no linting errors.

Let’s try to commit a Dockerfile that has a syntax error and a linting error:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will fail because the Dockerfile has a syntax error and a linting error.

Let’s fix the syntax error and try to commit again:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will fail because the Dockerfile has a linting error.

Let’s fix the linting error and try to commit again:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will succeed because the Dockerfile has no syntax errors and no linting errors.

Let’s try to commit a Dockerfile that has a syntax error and a linting error:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will fail because the Dockerfile has a syntax error and a linting error.

Let’s fix the syntax error and try to commit again:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will fail because the Dockerfile has a linting error.

Let’s fix the linting error and try to commit again:

$ git add Dockerfile
$ git commit -m “Add Dockerfile”

The commit will succeed because the Dockerfile has no syntax errors and no linting errors.

Let’s try to commit a Dockerfile that has a syntax error and a linting error:

$ git add Dockerfile

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