Which extensions do we currently maintain?
This package provides an action for Captain Hook which invoke InfectionPHP for all changed PHP files of a commit. This helps in legacy projects to speed up the InfectionPHP run by not analyzing the whole project but the changed files only.
This package provides an action for Captain Hook which rejects a git commit when the author name or email does not match a regex defined in the captainhook.json configuration file. This helps to avoid your personal email address ending up in your companies' git repositories.
This package provides an action for Captain Hook which rejects a push to a remote when commit Ids configured in the captainhook.json configuration file are found in the Git history. The use case might be a bit exotic, sometimes you need to adjust files in your local checkout or cloned repository and you want to avoid pushing those changes to the customers' git repository as it would break things.
If you are using one those extensions, let us know.