$ echo "*.ignoreme" >> .gitignore
# (and commit)
$ touch "fooo-€.ignoreme"
$ find . -print | grep fooo | xargs git check-ignore
You could view that git-check-ignore isn't corrupting anything, it is
just outputting another form for the file name (octal escaped), but it
doesn't need to change it at all, and its causing downstream problems
in bash scripting.
Of course this may get munged by gmail or a list manager. In the text
above, you should see unicode char "euro sign" to the right of a dash,
and the left of .ignoreme
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