Can theia/git listen for non-text file content changes and compare them

I want to use theia/git to see the changes and compare the changes to the non-code class files that have been stored, but theia/git can only listen to if the files have been changed and display these in garbled form. How can I display non-code content properly?

@vince-fugnitto 期待您的回复

@Songlione I don’t know, but non-code class files are likely not human-readable so you wouldn’t be able to compare or read them as is and is why you see garbled output. The overall use-case is not clear either.