Git: Export MySQL database on commit?
Is there a way I can utilize git to export/download my MySQL development database that is utilized in my code on a commit or some other way through git so that whenever I clone my project, I always have a current copy of the database?
If not, I can always export the database, and add it to the source, I was just wondering if git had the capability of doing this almost like a hook.
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