On Friday, March 27, 2015 at 1:35:08 AM UTC+1, Jerry Franklin wrote:
> Greetings, all.
> Sometimes I get the following error message when I try to commit a file:
> Sync Failed.  There are both local and remote commits.  Please commit all 
> your changes and then sync again.
> I only get this message occasionally.  I can discern no pattern.  In fact, 
> if I click Cancel, then make another change to the same file and re-commit, 
> I do NOT get this error message.  Even more vexing, as near as I can tell, 
> my changes are committed even when I click Cancel, as my co-workers are 
> able to access them.
> I don't know whether this is related, but a couple days ago, when I tried 
> to commit a file, Git displayed instead a list of about 10 file conflicts 
> -- on files that not only had I not touched, but that I had not even 
> opened.  They were all files one of my colleagues had just worked on.
> This is both vexing and worrisome.  I'm afraid I'm going to lose work.  I 
> can't find anything about this in the documentation, and as near as I can 
> determine my repositories are set up correctly.  
> I'm using Git with the online Help authoring tool Flare, running on 
> Windows, which in turn is running on a Mac via Parallels.

I think you'd better ask in a forum concerning itself with Flare. "Sync" is 
not a term in the Git vocabulary, and we have no idea what Flare means with 
this error.

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