Thank you!


On Oct 13, 10:15 am, Konstantin Khomoutov <> wrote:
> On Oct 13, 9:05 pm, Ken <> wrote:
> > Well, not "the same" but that my changes have been merged...
> Depends on what you will consider as being merged, really.
> This is because you're free to stuff the conflicting file using any
> contents you want and then commit this.
> So you can verify the state just by peering into the files which were
> merged.
> Also you could do
> $ git diff HEAD^
> to see the diff between the HEAD and the first parent of the HEAD
> (which is the HEAD's state prior to merge).

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