Thank you for the response!

I've investigated this further and found an wrapper for git (GitExtension) 
that we are using, suspectable to use these files.
A quick scan of the sourcetree for this utility shows that it uses this 
filenames. But I didn't find any places where the files actually are 
Further investigation needed ...

Den torsdagen den 20:e mars 2014 kl. 11:30:05 UTC+1 skrev Konstantin 
> On Thu, 20 Mar 2014 00:32:33 -0700 (PDT) 
> Göran < <javascript:>> wrote: 
> > I've got a couple of files at the root of my repository named 
> > *.git_merge_annnn.* nnnn is a numerical value. 
> > Why are they created? What to do with them? 
> Git itself does not create such files AFAIK. 
> So supposedly they were created by a tool which calls out to Git, 
> supposedly your IDE.  Alternatively, they might have been created 
> by a merge tool you called *from* Git. 
> I'd say, drop to the console window, `cd` to the project's folder 
> and run `git status` -- if it lists these files as "untracked" 
> then just delete them.  If not, let's have another round of research. 

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