yun sheng wrote:

> these two files have the same timestamp, the same size, bug slightly
> different contents.

How did they get the same timestamp?

> Git I'm using is msysgit 1.9.0 on windows 7

Unixy operating systems have other fields like inode number and ctime
that make it possible to notice that a file might have been changed
without actually rereading it.  Unfortunately Git for Windows is
limited to what's in the WIN32_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DATA which means the
size, mtime, and mode are basically all it has to go by.

Do you know of some other Windows API call that could help?

Hope that helps,
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