> However, as a wider question: Why do you need to know?
I appreciate your interest, Philip. I am not currently trying to solve a
specific problem (unless you count ignorance on my own part). I was reading
"Pro Git" and it occurred to me that Mr. Chacon only mentions the checkout
and add commands with respect to smudge and clean. Based on my own
observations, I have concluded status does too. I was curious as to which
others did, and after Googling around and finding very little, I thought
Just trying to understand the internals better...
On Friday, February 26, 2016 at 12:16:46 PM UTC-6, Philip Oakley wrote:
> 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?
> Christopher Hardage
> 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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