On Saturday, September 21, 2013 5:18:13 PM UTC+5:30, dexter ietf wrote:

> hi,
> i cloned  a new tree, made changes to file readme.txt
> meantime readme.txt in the remote has changed at
> the same location. when i do a git pull i got merge
> conflicts, i resolved the conflicts and did a 'git commit'
> now i did git rebase, somehow i'm seeing the conflict
> again, now i fixed the conflict and did 'git rebase --continue'
> the conflict shows up agiain, how can i get around this,
> am i doing something wrong, or is there a bug in git ?
> any help appreciated.
> -dexter

i'm facing the same issue as mentioned in this thread
there seems to be no valid solution for this. 

git-folks can anyone look into it.

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