Hi ,
    I know that git can cope with file's chmod. But how about setfattr? I 
have tried to set some extensional attribute with command :
*setfattr -n user.t1 -v 1 testfile.txt*
It seems like git cannot detect it. So do I need some config option for 
git? Or doesn't it have this feature? 
    Thanks very much.


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