> git is a disk intense program, so this setup is not sane at all. With
> that said I know that git on windows historically had problems with
> working on smb-mounted shares (sometimes you're forced to have stupid
> setups). I doubt that git really is the right tool for your work, since

I reproduced the same problem in a regular symlink directory. Repro steps:

mkdir actualdir
mklink /d symdir actualdir
cd symdir
git init .

fatal: Invalid symlink 'D:/gitto': Function not implemented

Thanks,

Sedat
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