This is normal.

The internal .git/  repository will have different levels of packing. The clone 
will recieve a highly packed version, while the one you developed will have 
internal loose files. These are internal features that should be your tomorrows 
problem. 

Philip
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: edgaroliveira....@gmail.com 
  To: Git for human beings 
  Sent: Friday, September 02, 2016 8:42 PM
  Subject: [git-users] Why the directory, through git clone, has less files of 
the older directory through git pull origin master?


  Hello everyone,

  I am a newbie on git. I was use the git more a less a week and I was working 
in two different computer. I started work on pc1 and after I turned pc2, where 
I clone the project repository, and now, after more a less 5 days of work, I 
came back to pc1. On pc1 I did "git pull origin master" and git downloaded all 
stuffs and files from git repository for my pc1. But, for analyze and secure I 
git clone to the same projecto but in different folder. I compared this 
different folders and I discovered the different number of the files in this 
folders.

  The structure is this:

  pc1
  repo_git_old -> 11281 files
  repo_git_new -> 7328 files (this is the same repository, but this is a new 
clone)

  My questions is: Why the older directory have more files to the new directory?
  First time I think this different reside in folder .git, maybe in .trash 
folder. But I can't find this folder on my structure of repository.

  Well, I hope I can explain myself well,
  thanks


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