Windows 8.1 64-bit
git version 1.9.4.msysgit.0
I think I found a bug, but want to make sure before I actually say so.
Background: I've been trying to compile Qt, and after doing so decided I
wanted to do it differently. The steps for this process involve fetching
the various Qt modules with git and then calling `perl init-repository`,
which changes the contents of the repo. (I'm not certain it actually
changes any files, but it definitely adds several.)
`git status` showed lines resembling this:
modified: <subfolder> (untracked content)
I found that these commands refused to properly restore me to a "pristine"
state, matching my remote:
git checkout -- .
git checkout HEAD
git reset --hard
git clean -xdf
I also tried several variations on the above, but they didn't help and the
listed versions seem to be recommended.
TortoiseGit (184.108.40.206-64bit) reported a similar status, but was similarly
ineffective at cleaning it up.
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