git commit command execute as docker command (?!)


Try to commit changes, but get an error by docker

git commit -m "some"
no such service: php

I am not in docker container, try to use github desktop – same issue


You have a pre-commit hook in the repository.

git commit --no-verify

allows to avoid it once. Or you can remove it completely from .git/hooks. Or you can install dependencies for the hook; php seems to be the 1st such dependency.

Answered By – phd

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