On Tue, 9 Aug 2005, John Ellson wrote:
> I hacked this:
>       #!/bin/bash
>       ID=`git-ls-files -s | grep $1 | cut -d ' ' -f 2`

No. "git-ls-files" shows the latest _index_ state, not the latest 
committed state.

Use "git-ls-tree HEAD pathname" to get the latest committed state for the 
pathname, and then pick out the SHA1 from there, use

        git-cat-file blob <sha1>

to cat the result.

Of course, this will work with any revision, not just HEAD. So you could 
do something like

        git-ls-tree $(git-rev-parse --default HEAD "$@") |
                while read mode type sha name
                        case "$type" in
                                git-cat-file blob "$sha"
                                git-ls-tree "$sha"
                                exit 1

(totally untested)

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