Hey All,

I posted this on stack overflow 
but I thought it would be relevant to ask here too. I copy and paste 

I am hoping I have a simple question for you, but I can't find an answer 
anywhere (I have been searching for 2 days, maybe I am dumb?). I am trying 
to develop a git workflow to collaboratively edit LaTeX files with my PhD 
adviser. The problem we face is due to the behavior of git merge (because 
it merges automagically). I want git to conflict anytime it sees a file 
change, even if it is an addition, subtraction, or minuscule change, is 
this possible? This way we can both pick and choose changes and continually 
push to master.

I am not opposed to using another tool, but I would prefer not to create a 
complicated branching system. I assume branching is unnecessary when 2-3 
people are working on the same file. Thank you so much for your help!


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