OSX 10.10 filename encoding versus git
I have a file “Le Rêve” in my git repository, with the e-circumflex being the important bit.
Under my old OS X 10.9 box, under my colleague’s OS X 10.10 box, and a windows box, there were no issues caused by the filename.
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Under my brand-new OS X 10.10 box, I cloned the repository and git tells me:
Untracked files: [...] "Le-R\303\252ve-The-Dream-By-Pablo-Picasso.jpg"
git clean -fd I get:
Changes not staged for commit: [...] deleted: "Le-Re\314\202ve-The-Dream-By-Pablo-Picasso.jpg"
git checkout -f -- I go back to the initial state, with the e-circumflex encoded as
\303\252 and thus being a new file.
This issue seemed to be similar to:
Git and the Umlaut problem on Mac OS X
but following that answer did not change the behaviour I see (I tried “git config core.precomposeunicode true” and again with a –global).
Any ideas what caused this change?