lint-staged: what the purpose of 'git add' command

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Issue

Recently I started to introduce lint-staged into my Frontend build tool chain. And when I checked the document about it, I always find it works as following:

"husky": {
    "hooks": {
      "pre-commit": "lint-staged"
    },
"lint-staged": {
    "src/**/*.{js,jsx,ts,tsx,json,css}": [
      "prettier --write",
      "eslint --fix src/",
      "tslint --fix --project .",
      "git add"
    ]
  },

and you can find more similar usage in the link: https://github.com/okonet/lint-staged

My confusing point is the last command git add, what’s the purpose of that?

My understand is lint-staged only validate the code in staged area after git add and before git commit. So can’t understand why we need to add one more git add again.

Solution

It’s using husky to hooks some actions before your commit. See at: https://github.com/typicode/husky

lint-staged just changes your code and make it linting (It runs before commit by husky). After changed, you need add it again to update git index. And your changes will be effect in your commit.

Answered By – Chien Nguyen

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