1. Have you managed to reproduce this on any other repos?
2. Is the repo, or a demonstrable fault variant, available publically?
3. What does a diff of the current state with its last commit say (i.e. what is 
the full detail hidden below the simple status)?
4. Are yo at least able to share the filename/path of those failing files 
(should it be related to that)?
5. Does it have sub-modules ?? 

Are you able to try with a newer version 1.8.x to see if it's a fixed bug.

Philip
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: joeriel...@gmail.com 
  To: git-users@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Saturday, December 21, 2013 5:00 PM
  Subject: [git-users] Re: Help, very strange behavior by Git


  My post on a separate thread brings up what seems to be the same issue.
  I'm seeing a modified file when I clone a git repository created on my linux 
machine,
  onto a Windows machine.  I tried gc'ing the repo, setting core.autocrlf to 
true on the
  Windows machine, changing from cygwin git to msysgit, nothing helps. 


  Cloning to a linux machine does not show the modified file. 

  On Monday, June 7, 2010 4:01:42 PM UTC-7, Scott O wrote:
    I have a remote repository (at Assembla.com) for a virtual 
    collaborative project. I'm using the version of git available via apt- 
    get for ubuntu: 1.7.0.4. I have used Git for few months 

    After the last commit, it now seems very broken. While on that commit 
    it shows 4 files as changed that have not been changed. If I 'git 
    reset --hard', there is no effect, the files are still shown as 
    changed. If I 'git checkout <filename>' one of the files, no effect. 

    If I clone the repository anew, it shows about 100 files as changed in 
    the master branch (different branch from above). Most of these are 
    plugin or javascript files that we have not edited. This is a newly 
    cloned local repository. Same behavior by reset --hard and checkout as 
    above: no effect. Here's reset: 


    $ git reset --hard 
    HEAD is now at 7145157 Neighborhoods list is a one-column list in new 
    service offering page 
    $ git st 
    # On branch master 
    # Changed but not updated: 
    #   (use "git add <file>..." to update what will be committed) 
    #   (use "git checkout -- <file>..." to discard changes in working 
    directory) 
    # 
    #        modified:   public/javascripts/tiny_mce/langs/en.js 
    #        modified:   
public/javascripts/tiny_mce/plugins/advhr/css/advhr.css 
    ....many more files 


    'git fsck' gives no output. 

    I even did a 'git gc' on my local repository, push it to a new remote 
    repository and cloned that. The problem is still there! 

    WTF is going on? I'm losing my mind. 

    Thanks, 

    Scott 


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