When I want to check diff of .org files in Sourcetree, nothing is shown. When I mark the file .md, or so, Sourcetree has no problems. In the terminal, the diff with .org file works well. So showing no diff seems to be a problem of the extension for Sourcetree.
I thought so, but the problem then should be between .org and git, but .org files are recognized as text by git itselft when used in the terminal.
I tried your suggestions though, but it does not work. Put the .gitattributes file at the same place as the .gitignore file and entered the text. Still, the window just shows grey.
Seems logical to me, is there a problem with Sourcetree?
Well, let's see what else. This may not be relevant, since you said git works, but you can check it (UTF-16 vs UTF-8): https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/116001
Maybe the files are too big? https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/327337
Try with new changes to .org files? https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/16882764
Another question suggesting it might have problems with committed changes: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/21630283
If it turns out to be a problem when it's committed, but not when it's unstaged, post some details and vote up this bug: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/SRCTREEWIN-5307
Thanks for taking care of this problem.
I remember that the problem file could be read when I added it to the repo, so something must have gone wrong during the first commit (repo is young).
The contents of the small repo (just this .org file) is not top secret. I will now start a new repo and delete this one, and if this helps, I can send you an archive of the screwed repo to check what went wrong.
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