On Friday, March 8, 2013 4:06:04 PM UTC-5, Piers H wrote:
> why does git require all these gymnastics just to do a simple merge?
> with SVN it was 1 command, and I never had any issues with it. i don't
> understand.

You'll need to adjust your workflow a little bit. Git has a different
philosophy from Subversion, you need to adapt mentally. It's not a great

Do your local work and commit it. Don't leave any files out of the
commit(s) if you need them. Commit everything you can.

Then, do a git pull. If this causes a merge conflict, you can solve it
like any other merge conflict, in a sane way.

No need to stash your changes.



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