git commit symlink as a regular file
Suppose I have a file
fname which is a symlink to a file from some other repository/project, say
Is there a way to add/commit
fname as a regular file?
It seems that, by default, git gives the file mode 120000 and sets the path to the linked file as the blob content.
I know this because
git ls-tree shows mode 120000 for the file, and
git cat-file -p shows
../../proj2/fname as the blob's content.
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