> git --work-tree=/Users/tfnico. ls-files
That's interesting. So, I tried changing core.worktree =
/Users/nick.(appending the extra period). Now I get
$ git status
fatal: This operation must be run in a work tree
> By the way, not sure why you first initialize the repo as bare, and then
> manually re-edit it to be non-bare.. Are you following some recipe we
> should know about?
Just got sick of typing .git in an empty directory when I wanted to edit
config or info/exclude. Behavior is the same either way.
I'm on git version 126.96.36.199. You can see what version of git you have in use
> by running git --version
git version 188.8.131.52 here
> In any case, I have my doubts on this is actually being bug, and not by
> design. I just can't find the docs right now to explain it.
If you still want to report it as a bug, the place to go is the git
> developer mailing list: http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#git
Thanks for helping with this. I'm kinda starting to lean towards it being
a bug; the differing behavior of git status versus git ls-files seems a bit
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