Git corrupts all repositories, even by calling simple read-only commands 
(status, etc.), in the following scenario:

1. Create or commit to a repo under Git 2.2.2 (system spec: OS X 10.9.5, 
homebrew latest git)
2. Go to the same folder from a Windows computer (Windows 8.1, git version 
1.9.4.msysgit.0, HFS+ for Windows 8 Free for accessing the partition)
3. By simply reading the branch information in cmder using msysgit, the 
repo is corrupted.

This is what it says at the bottom when simply running "git":
error: object file .git/objects/dd/881c8dff481756ddba39034b7ba3c5cbeb1ec3 
is empty
error: object file .git/objects/dd/881c8dff481756ddba39034b7ba3c5cbeb1ec3 
is empty
fatal: loose object dd881c8dff481756ddba39034b7ba3c5cbeb1ec3 (stored in 
.git/objects/dd/881c8dff481756ddba39034b7ba3c5cbeb1ec3) is corrupt

"git status" also writes the following lines:
error: object file .git/objects/e8/45566c06f9bf557d35e8292c37cf05d97a9769 
is empty
fatal: loose object e845566c06f9bf557d35e8292c37cf05d97a9769 (stored in 
.git/objects/e8/45566c06f9bf557d35e8292c37cf05d97a9769) is corrupt

I don't know if it matters that it's a Windows computer, but I can 100% 
reproduce the issue like this.

I'll be checking if it's related to the file system driver by making a zip 
from the clean 2.2.2 repo.

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