I'm wondering if anyone knows how to generate a patch to include a new binary file? I found myself needing to include an Avro data file as part of a test. I have been playing .gitattributes without success.
Also, I found that Git thinks some of Hive's .q.out files are binary. Thus, when I regenerated the test output and generated a patch using git diff, the patch doesn't include the diff. Instead, the patch including something like "Binary file X and Y diff". I guess this is the same problem as above.
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