On Wed, 2013-03-27 at 11:30 -0400, Dale R. Worley wrote:
> I do not see why merging a branch in will cause all lines in the file
> to be marked as changed by the user who did the merge (from whose
> branch the merge was done).  Assuming the reformatting in the master
> and the reformatting in the developer's branch is exactly the same,
> when the developer goes to merge his changes back into master, only
> lines that he changed "for real" will be different -- lines that were
> changed only by reformatting will be changed in exactly the same way
> in both sources, and presumably "git blame" does not consider them to
> be changed by the merge.

Ah.  Interesting.  Maybe my problem is I stopped part-way through and
extrapolated incorrectly.  Looking at the _branch_ I see everything is
modified by the developer.

But you're saying if I merge back to master then the changes already on
master will be preferred and all those lines will be blamed on the
reformat user, just as I hoped.  That sounds reasonable.

Let me try that.

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