On Mon, 4 Mar 2013 06:59:56 -0800 (PST)
Surya <kasturisu...@gmail.com> wrote:

> For testing, I took 1 single file.
> created a branch b1.. edited it. Instead of staging, I stashed... 
> then checked out master
> then created b2 branch
> edited the file again (different data).. this time, staged-& did
> commit.. checked out master, and merged branch b2.
> Now, I went back to b1.
> did stash pop
> now I see
> Auto-merging conflict 

Impossible.  You must have had some other changes on b1 compared to its
state at the time of recording that stash record.

A stash entry contains changes relative to the base version which was
checked out at the time you recorded that entry (in other words, what
HEAD pointed to at the moment).  So when you apply these changes to
*the same* base version, they are guaranteed to apply cleanly.

So supposedly you updated b1 as well after recording your stash or did
something like this.

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