"git config --list" does not show core.filemode at all. Nor does "git 
config --get core.filemode" (both in Cygwin/windows). So what does it 
default to?

On Wednesday, January 30, 2013 10:03:47 PM UTC-8, Blind wrote:
>
> Just out of curiosity, what you have as "filemode" configuration?
> Maybe if you do 
>
> $git config core.filemode false
>
> the files will no longer show as modified?
>
> 31 януари 2013, четвъртък, 03:40:58 UTC+2, Matthew Johnson написа:
>>
>> What differences does it display? It lists about a hundred .ogg files 
>> (like the one I included) as 'modified'. I did not want to burden the group 
>> with the whole list, so I mentioned only one .ogg file. But here are the 
>> first few lines, which include ogg, jpb, and png files:
>>
>> [mejohnsn@localhostThinkpad mr.ed]$ git status
>> # On branch master
>> # Changes not staged for commit:
>> #   (use "git add <file>..." to update what will be committed)
>> #   (use "git checkout -- <file>..." to discard changes in working 
>> directory)
>> #
>> #       modified:   fix_ogg.py
>> #       modified:   lesson1/images/home-icon.jpg
>> #       modified:   lesson1/images/home-icon.png
>> #       modified:   lesson1/images/left-arrow.png
>> #       modified:   lesson1/images/right-arrow.png
>> #       modified:   lesson2/images/home-icon.jpg
>> #       modified:   lesson3/images/home-icon.jpg
>> #       modified:   lesson3/lesson_a/images/home-icon.jpg
>> #       modified:   lesson3/lesson_a/sounds/1.ogg
>> #       modified:   lesson3/lesson_a/sounds/10.ogg
>> ...
>>
>> It even includes one Python file I forgot to mention since I have no 
>> intention of checking it into the repository;)
>>
>> None of these show up as modified when I type the same "git status" in a 
>> Cygwin command line.
>>
>> On Wednesday, January 30, 2013 8:21:37 AM UTC-8, Dale Worley wrote:
>>>
>>> > From: Matthew Johnson <mejo...@gmail.com> 
>>> > 
>>> > Under Windows (cygwin) "git status" shows nothing to commit, only 
>>> untracked 
>>> > files, which is what I expect; only under F17 do I get several 
>>> modified 
>>> > files -- and these have old dates (e.g. Nov 27). 
>>>
>>> My guess is that it has something to do with line-endings or some 
>>> subtlety about how file modification times are handled. 
>>>
>>> Under F17, when you do a "git diff", what differences does it display? 
>>>
>>> Dale 
>>>
>>

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