On 03/09/13 13:32, Andrew Wong wrote:
> Yea, that's really suspicious. This could mean there's an issue with
> when git is checking the index. Try running these a couple times in a
> clean work tree:
> $ git update-index --refresh
> $ git diff-files
> In a clean work tree, these commands should print nothing. But in your
> case, these might print random files that git thinks have been modified...
Before you run those commands each time, you probably have to "touch"
couple files to trigger the issue:
$ touch file1 file2
Maybe use touch on the files that git rebase has been reporting error?
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