The problem here is not the LF to CRLF conversion i know where that
comes from. The problem is that doing
git add '' CDD/CDD_Diag.c
results in a message about another file which was clearly not my
intention to add.
On Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 8:26 PM, Philip Oakley <philipoak...@iee.org> wrote:
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> Subject: [git-users] On bash doing git add '' <some-existing-file> troubles
> I posted on Stackoverflow
> a problem i was having with python sh.
> It turns out to be a problem with git add.
> When executing git add '' <some-existing-file> it sees the empty argument
> and tries to add a random(?) file.
> Is this by design or should i file a bug?
> Thank you.
> you should inlcude all the information. It's likely to be a problem
> elsewhere. I've added a comment to the SO question regarding your need to
> ensure that the CRLF 'fatal:' warning you are getting is resolved.
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