On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 5:02 PM, Thomas Rast <tr...@student.ethz.ch> wrote:
> Can you share this repository?

This weird behaviour doesn't even survive making a copy (cp -a) of the
whole repository, so I very much doubt making it available would be
illuminative. My disk's SMART data seems okay. The weird-quotient just
rose a bit.

Besides, .git/ is 60MB and my upload speed is 128kbps. A bit inconvenient.

> Or at least the pre- and post-change
> files, transferred in such a way that there won't be any whitespace
> damage (your snippets above show obvious damage).  You can use

contains the output from git show a5ee1e7. Leave off the ?text for an
application/octet-stream download.

That file (with the Q1 line present) is consistent with the earlier
commit that added the file. It's diff-files that's lying.

> Do you have any diff config that could be of interest?  A textconv
> filter would be an obvious example that could produce the above, but
> perhaps you could just look at

Nothing that fancy. I have just diff.color = auto and user.* = blah in
global config, and similarly benign config in the repository.
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