git keyword expansion after commit
I am using keyword expansion like the one described in the book Pro Git. However, after a commit one needs to do, for example,
git checkout file
to have the correct keyword expansion in the working files (since smudge is applied only after checkout).
How do I make the keyword expansion happen automatically also after a commit?
Of course, I could use a hook for the remove/re-checkout, but that does not seem to be a nice solution. Moreover I would have to check manually, which file was commited.
Is there a more elegant way? Can I, for instance, let run the smudge of a filter automatically after commit?
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