The mtime of the files in my working copy change when I amend or
rebase or checkout different branches or in general when I use git
commands. I carefully store the mtime when these files are generated
or overwritten and restore it when it is going to be read. The tool I
use is and does not have
stale information.

I do not know how git lfs will work here, it handles large contents
but I doubt it will handle the mtimes as I need.

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