I've read the somewhat sparse documentation in gitattributes(5) on
the "union" merge driver, but on #git I was cautioned that there may
be unexpected behaviors.  My use-case is to consolidate (usually[*])
append-only mbox files that might "conflict" when different messages
are added within various checkouts; the resolution being "keep both
messages, duh".

Are there other places/sites I can learn more about "union"?  My
google-fu hasn't found any further information and I was wondering
what I should be watching for.



Yes, in theory, messages should be deletable from the mbox, but
that's an edge case I'm willing to hand-tweak if needed. And in all
likelyhood, git does would do the right thing anyways.

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