On Mar 9, 2013, at 3:02 AM, Konstantin Khomoutov
> On Fri, Mar 08, 2013 at 06:03:34PM -0800, Piers H wrote:
>> i must be missing something, but i just don't see it. what is that SVN is
>> doing wrong by making this so simple?
> Let's cite the `git merge` manual:
> Warning: Running git merge with uncommitted changes is discouraged:
> while possible, it leaves you in a state that is hard to back out of in
> the case of a conflict.
> So, if you don't want to take this warning or think it does not apply
> to you, just `git pull` to a dirty tree.
Ok, I remember reading that. But it's not helpful because its not really
Firstly, if you just do a 'git pull' you're likely to run into conflicts which
require an alternative route. At that point I begrudgingly try a
'stash/pull/pop' but that doesn't work either in general due to conflicts with
untracked files, so then I have to do whatever voodoo you suggested above.
My question is this: given that I have local changes, and given that the branch
I have has changes that conflict in all those ways, what's the simplest
possible way for me to merge those changes, conflicts and all, into my tree?
And if that's not a single command, might I suggest that it should be?
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