Git allows to set the "assume unchanged" bit to a tracking file. It 
helpfull for example when you work with Eclipse Java projects and don't 
want your local changes in the project configuration files to be tracked by 
git. Unfortunatelly I didn't find a convenient way of listing files with 
this bit set. The only way to listem them is by commands like following:

git ls-files -v | grep "^[a-z] "

git ls-files -v | awk '{if (match($1, "[a-z]")) print $2}'

This is unhandy and not obvious. Is there a convinient way of doing it by git?

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