> From: Sam Roberts <vieuxt...@gmail.com>
> And that after, its removed, even if the user SIGTERMed your command
> during the add, before the script got to removing the .gitattributes.

One possiblity is to make sure that the temporary files you are
concerned with have names that are disjoint from any non-temporary
files.  Then if .gitattributes gets polluted, it doesn't matter,
because the temporary entries can never affect a non-temporary file.


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