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I store my LaTeX documents in a git repository on GitHub. Is there a web service which offers a post-commit hook for GitHub which automatically fetches my document and compiles it?

For example, ReadTheDocs provides compilation for documentation of Python projects stored in GitHub repositories; the documentation is fetched and compiled after each commit to the repository.

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Not exactly the answer you want, I guess (and to finish this question):

Have a closer look to ScribTeX. On the website you can read: "Access to your project's git repository" as mentioned in your cited question compiling documents online (see answer of Sharpie).

I do not know other web services offering what you are searching for.

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You'd need to self-host it (note security warnings).

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