On Sat, 23 Jul 2005, Ryan Anderson wrote:
> Add git-find-new-files to find files that are in the tree, but not checked
> into the repository.
> Most users will probably want to "make clean" before using this for real
> significant changes, as it does such a good job that it finds binaries that
> just got built.
You really want to run "file" on the files. We almost certainly don't want
to add binary executables, object files etc etc to the tree, so why even
You should also filter the list by the "ignore" file. And I'd suggest
ignoring dot-files by default, for example (maybe add a "-a" flag to
disable that, the same way "ls" does).
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