> From: peter <ing...@gmail.com>
> The files that I suspect are all compiled without stripping (debug symbols 
> present in the file). When I delete all these files the size of my tar-bal 
> from the original filesystem is nearly the same as the one made from the 
> git checkout.

Here some things to check:

Produce tar files rather than tar.gz files and see if the size
difference is still present.  The ordering of files in a tar file
might affect how efficient the compression is.

Get a directory listing of both tar files (-tv) and see if they
contain exactly the same files, and with exactly the same lengths.

Do a tree file comparison between the files that go into the original
tar and the ones that go into the new tar.


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