Trouble Issue and Problem with using Git on a Macintosh (MacOS)

https://makandracards.com/makandra/17827-git-mac-working-with-unicode-filenames

Reason

According to the linked Stackoverflow post …

… the cause is the different implementation of how the filesystem stores the file name.
In Unicode, Ü can be represented in two ways, one is by Ü alone, the other is by U + “combining umlaut character”. A Unicode string can contain both forms, but as it’s confusing to have both, the file system normalizes the unicode string by setting every umlauted-U to Ü, or U + “combining umlaut character”.
Linux uses the former method, called Normal-Form-Composed (or NFC), and Mac OS X uses the latter method, called Normal-Form-Decomposed (NFD).
Apparently Git doesn’t care about this point and simply uses the byte sequence of the filename, which leads to the problem you’re having.
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