On Friday, April 5, 2013 3:43:13 AM UTC+2, Matěj Cepl wrote:
> in one git repository (from many many) I get a weird behavior, that
> whenever I finish some git command (or when the bash completion script
> finishes), I get a message
> error: feeding unmodified index.html to diffcore
> on stderr. Couple of commits ago, it was different file (in both cases
> truly unmodified).
> Using git-1.8.2-2.x86_64 on something between Fedora 18 and 19 (now
> closer to F19).
> Just to be sure, I have uploaded complete tarball of the repository to
> I have tried to Google for this error message, but the results I get
> were only unrelated (and none helped me anyway).
> Anybody has any idea, how to get rid of these error messages, please?
I tried using your repository locally, and it works fine for me (Ubuntu
12.10 with . It could be something locally in your environment, like your
file system or something.
I would suggest, as this is a somewhat arcane error, that you ask at the
Git developer list: https://gist.github.com/tfnico/4441562
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