I have two files rpc-devexprcpseq-nav.rb and readme.txt.
My workflow is as follows.
1.Checkout from master to work branch.
2.While in the work branch,delete data from rpc-devexprcpseq-nav.rb
and paste the same data with indentation.(Note here that nothing has
been changed in the code,only proper indentation has been provided)
3.While in the work branch,delete data from the readme.txt and add new
4.Stage and commit the files using git add and git commit -m "Message"
5.Checkout to master branch.
6.Do a 'git merge work' from the master branch.
While doing the above I get an error as follows:-
CONFLICT (content): Merge conflict in lib/rpc-devexprcpseq-nav.rb
CONFLICT (content): Merge conflict in readme.txt
Automatic merge failed; fix conflicts and then commit the result.
In order to resolve this merge conflict do I need to remove the
spacing in the code????
As I am new to git,I want to know what does the following indicate?
These have been introduced in both the files after the merge.
Thanks in Advance :)
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