The developer setup instructions will fail to run bin/update unless pip install pre-commit has been run
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Thanks for the bug report. Do you have a log of what happens upon bin/update if pre-commit is missing? (it's sure is needed for committing, but i'm surprised it's needed for bin/update).
Also, is it needed for a raw "bin/update" or only for "bin/update -i" (that also install Python dependencies?).
if ! which pre-commit &> /dev/null ; then echo "The pre-commit command is required, please install it before" echo "running this command. See README.md for more information." exit 1 fi
reason why it fails. However... maybe it is entirely unnecessary and the better fix would be to remove this check ?