From: Christopher Hardage
I am seeking a comprehensive list of git commands that provoke clean and/or
smudge. I know that git add does so during git checkout (smudge filter) and
during git add (clean filter) from pages 342-344 in Scott Chacon's “Pro Git.” I
have surmised that git status also runs the clean filter. After much Googling,
I cannot find a single reference that gives a comprehensive list of which
commands provoke these filters.
Does someone know of one, or perhaps have better Google-fu and can point me
to the right resource?
In general (AFAIUI) they are always used whenever data is moved between the
worktree (file system) and the repository (object store and index).
I think that one of the cat-file style commands will do an explicit binary
However, as a wider question: Why do you need to know?, is there a bigger
problem that you are trying to solve, an XY Problem
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