First things first: what do you think destrictive? Removing "rm -rf \*"
from a shell script doesn’t seem destructive to me, for example…

2015-10-29 20:58 GMT+01:00 Ivan Švaljek <ivan.sval...@gmail.com>:

> Is it possible to automate an C# app using git, so I get a flag whether
> the changes in the new file version are destructive or non-destructive?
> Bonus question: is there a functionality in git to then merge those two
> file versions if the changes were non destructive (line addition in css or
> a comment in php)?
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