I did some test on the EOL behavior between official git and libgit2-based
Then, I got that they have different EOL behavior.
The blob stored in repository is a text file with mixed EOLs.
Even set core.autocrlf = true, official git checkout the file as it is(means
still *mixed EOLs* there).
But, libgit2 checkout it with *All CRLF EOLs*.
* The steps:
* set core.autocrlf = false
* add file with mixed EOLs
* set core.autocrlf = true
* delete that file in the working tree
* checkout that file
* examine the EOL
If you are interested in this, you might take a look at my testing
repository on GitHub.
Yue Lin Ho
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