When using Windows to clone a GIT repository, several files in one 
directory are listed with a colon in the file name instead of the directory 
delimiter: a forward slash. The files cannot be created in Windows and they 
are automatically staged to be deleted.

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Attempting to unstage the files results in the following error. 
"Updating the Git index failed.  A rescan will be automatically started to 
resynchronize git-gui."

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When viewing the repository from iOS, the files appear without colons as 
expected.

Thanks in advance for any advice to resolve this issue.

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