GIT-SHOW-INDEX(1)                                            Git Manual                                           GIT-SHOW-INDEX(1)

       git-show-index - Show packed archive index

       git show-index [--object-format=<hash-algorithm>]

       Read the .idx file for a Git packfile (created with git-pack-objects(1) or git-index-pack(1)) from the standard input, and
       dump its contents. The output consists of one object per line, with each line containing two or three space-separated

       •   the first column is the offset in bytes of the object within the corresponding packfile

       •   the second column is the object id of the object

       •   if the index version is 2 or higher, the third column contains the CRC32 of the object data

       The objects are output in the order in which they are found in the index file, which should be (in a correctly constructed
       file) sorted by object id.

       Note that you can get more information on a packfile by calling git-verify-pack(1). However, as this command considers only
       the index file itself, it’s both faster and more flexible.

           Specify the given object format (hash algorithm) for the index file. The valid values are sha1 and (if enabled) sha256.
           The default is the algorithm for the current repository (set by extensions.objectFormat), or sha1 if no value is set or
           outside a repository..

           THIS OPTION IS EXPERIMENTAL! SHA-256 support is experimental and still in an early stage. A SHA-256 repository will in
           general not be able to share work with "regular" SHA-1 repositories. It should be assumed that, e.g., Git internal file
           formats in relation to SHA-256 repositories may change in backwards-incompatible ways. Only use --object-format=sha256
           for testing purposes.

       Part of the git(1) suite

Git 2.39.2                                                   04/24/2023                                           GIT-SHOW-INDEX(1)