Jeff King wrote:

> Yes, that is what I would expect git to do in such a situation. You can
> inspect it further, too:
> 
>   $ git rev-parse f51ac745^:pib/chkpib2.7
>   e69de29bb2d1d6434b8b29ae775ad8c2e48c5391
> 
> That's the sha1 of the blob containing the content.  You can investigate
> information about that object like this:
> 
>   $ git cat-file -t e69de29b
>   blob
>   $ git cat-file -s e69de29b
>   0
>   $ git cat-file blob e69de29b
> 
> Of course since its size is 0, the last one is not that interesting. :)
> 
> You could also just look at the tree, which gives similar information:
> 
>   $ git ls-tree -lr f51ac745^ | grep pib/chkpib2.7
>   100644 blob e69de29bb2d1d6434b8b29ae775ad8c2e48c5391 0 pib/chkpib2.7
> 
> Hope that helps.

Yes it does. Thanks!

Erik
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