Fredrik Gustafsson <> writes:

> This is a work built on
> Basically needs to use something else than sh to handle
> newline in filenames (and therefore needs to use a language that accepts
> \0 in strings).

Have you considered "git -c core.quotepath=false ls-files"?  You
won't be able to handle paths with LF or dq '"' in them, but that
feels much less worse than doing

        sed -e 's/\x00/\n/'

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