Thanks for the info -- as it turned out, the used was dropbox creating
"conflict" files in the directory --- my dir/repo is part of my dropbox
tree -- once I removed those files it fsck worked ok - thx
On Thu, May 8, 2014 at 3:48 PM, Dale R. Worley <wor...@alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> > From: fpefpe <fpespos...@gmail.com>
> > Hello -- Not sure how much harm this could do, but I run git via
> > windows -- I ran a shell script that would lower-case files in the
> > directory and all subdirectories -- I forgot one of those sub-dirs
> > was a git ripo (.git) and all the files in it were lower cased -- Is
> > there a way to repair this repo? Thanks
> If it just lower-cased the file *names*, you can probably fix that
> manually by comparing with a known-good repository. If you
> lower-cased the file *contents*, that's going to be a horrible to fix,
> because the recorded file contents are now wrong.
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