git commit sha differs in git diff
There is following log:
$ git log
Author: author <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed Feb 29 18:45:48 2012 +0100
Author: author <email@example.com>
Date: Wed Feb 29 18:45:22 2012 +0100
Author: author <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed Feb 29 17:26:49 2012 +0100
$ git diff ed937db6bb2350e37ffb1d0e2e4141ec4e650bcf d335ed918ecadec2152152f76fd3c99dc59de80b --full-index
diff --git a/a.cpp b/a.cpp
index f0df46dd3ce8569533dce862927c1b84cec41c04..0fe7d3905febc2c4abb08849bef266c093f6caca 100755
@@ -1 +1 @@
The problem is that ed937db6bb2350e37ffb1d0e2e4141ec4e650bcf changed to f0df46dd3ce8569533dce862927c1b84cec41c04 and d335ed918ecadec2152152f76fd3c99dc59de80b changed to 0fe7d3905febc2c4abb08849bef266c093f6caca when processing by git diff. How to make that these values don't change and remain the same?
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