On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 2:04 PM, Michael Haggerty <mhag...@alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> Maybe I'm being too much of a purist, but I don't think that git should
> retroactively reinterpret history on its own initiative in a way that
> might not be correct (e.g., maybe your encoding changed from ASCII to
> Shift-JIS sometime in the past).  It would be more appropriate for this
> to happen only if explicitly requested by the user.  For example, why
> don't you override the incorrect historical attributes via
> .git/info/attributes?

I think git-notes is a more appropriate place to correct these things.
If the incorrect commits are pruned, their notes can also be pruned.
No poluttion in $GIT_DIR/info/attr.. And i'm your side, no checking
worktree without user's permission.
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