On Friday, April 19, 2013 9:24:30 PM UTC+2, Bernd Eckenfels wrote:

> Is there a Git (plumbing) command, which can calculate a directories tree 
> hash (our print the tree object) without adding it to a (fake) index.
> And on a similiar note, I havent found a way to force git status to run a 
> hash comparision for all files to verify the workdirectory state (ignoring 
> any timestamp optimizations). There is a --refresh option, but as I 
> understand it, it wont force reading all files.

You should try asking on the developers' mailing list. There are more 
people there who know their way around Git plumbing: 

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