The git developers are obsessed with the idea that Windows editors can't support LF and corrupt files by putting CRLF everywhere. This is pretty much untrue, and it's safe to use LF everywhere now. This page explains how to make git just use LF and not try to convert anything to CRLF.
First, make sure the repository is is set to use LF for text files. Repeat these with
--global to make the changes the default.
An AutoCRLF setting of
input means that when committing new files, CRLF will be changed to LF. To just leave things alone and commit as-is, use
git config core.eol lf git config core.autocrlf input git config --global core.eol lf git config --global core.autocrlf input
No make sure all local files are recreated with the correct line-endings:
git checkout-index --force --all
If there are still some files not reporting correct line-endings, remove everything from your local copy and update them:
git rm --cached -r . git reset --hard