After correcting spelling of renormalize, the end result of the script you gave 
is that line endings in working directory are CRLF, and in the repo are LF.
Is that expected?  Surprising?  Not sure what you were trying to test there.  I 
also fixed my script to use printf, new version is:
(using copy/paste this time, instead typing from memory like last time; learned 
my lesson).

mkdir empty
cd empty
git init
git config core.autocrlf false
printf '1\r\n2' > test.txt
git add .
git commit -m test
git config core.autocrlf input
cp test.txt t2.txt
printf 'a\r\nb' > test.txt
git add .

Thank you for ls-files, I've been resorting to deleting from working directory 
and then doing a checkout.
And also thank you for the gem of "od -c"!
The output of ls-files after running my script is:

i/lf    w/crlf  attr/                   t2.txt
i/crlf  w/crlf  attr/                   test.txt

So I'm still confused.  Why didn't test.txt lose its CRs while t2.txt did?

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