Sorry for delay.

".gitattributes" indeed is not present in "master", but this is intentionally
It is placed only in following 2 branches:
feature-branch
unix-feature-branch

This is how flow looks on windows
$ git --version
git version 2.9.3.windows.1

vitalii.ishchenko@DESKTOP-9TC9UPB MINGW64 /c/work/repos/gitattributes (master)
$ git ls-files --eol
i/lf    w/crlf  attr/                   testfile-crlf.txt

vitalii.ishchenko@DESKTOP-9TC9UPB MINGW64 /c/work/repos/gitattributes (master)
$ git checkout feature-branch
Switched to branch 'feature-branch'
Your branch is up-to-date with 'origin/feature-branch'.

vitalii.ishchenko@DESKTOP-9TC9UPB MINGW64 /c/work/repos/gitattributes
(feature-branch)
$ git ls-files --eol
i/lf    w/lf    attr/text eol=lf        .gitattributes
i/lf    w/crlf  attr/text eol=lf        testfile-crlf.txt



On Mon, Sep 12, 2016 at 10:42 PM, Torsten Bögershausen <tbo...@web.de> wrote:
> On 12.09.16 21:35, Torsten Bögershausen wrote:
>> On 12.09.16 14:55, Виталий Ищенко wrote:
>>> Good day
>>>
>>> I faced following issue with gitattributes file (at least eol setting)
>>> when was trying to force `lf` mode on windows.
>>>
>>> We have 2 branches: master & dev. With master set as HEAD in repository
>>>
>>> I've added `.gitattributes` with following content to `dev` branch
>>>
>>> ```
>>> * text eol=lf
>>> ```
>>>
>>> Now when you clone this repo on other machine and checkout dev branch,
>>> eol setting is not respected.
>>> As a workaround you can rm all files except .git folder and do hard reset.
>>>
>>> Issue is reproducible on windows & unix versions. Test repo can be
>>> found on github
>>> https://github.com/betalb/gitattributes-issue
>>>
>>> master branch - one file without gitattributes
>>> feature-branch - .gitattributes added with eol=lf
>>> unix-feature-branch - .gitattributes added with eol=crlf
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Vitalii
>> Some more information may be needed, to help to debug.
>>
>> Which version of Git are you using ?
>> What does
>>
>> git ls-files --eol
>>
>> say ?
> Obs, All information was in the email.
>
> tb@xxx:/tmp/gitattributes-issue> git ls-files --eol
> i/lf    w/lf    attr/                   testfile-crlf.txt
> tb@xxx:/tmp/gitattributes-issue> ls -al
> total 8
> drwxr-xr-x   4 tb    wheel  136 Sep 12 21:38 .
> drwxrwxrwt  19 root  wheel  646 Sep 12 21:38 ..
> drwxr-xr-x  13 tb    wheel  442 Sep 12 21:38 .git
> -rw-r--r--   1 tb    wheel   60 Sep 12 21:38 testfile-crlf.txt
> tb@xxx:/tmp/gitattributes-issue>
>
> Could it be that you didn't commit the file ".gitattributes" ?
> This could help:
> git add .gitattributes && git commit -m "Add .gitattributes"
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