Hi Philip,,
This is an area of interest to me, any headway on this?

I would suggest some extra output be added about *why* files conflict when 
"git-merge" is run with -v

In the past I noticed not much difference between "-q, [nooption], and -v" 
in the output.

On Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 6:47:22 PM UTC-5, Dale R. Worley wrote:
> "Philip Oakley" <philip...@iee.org <javascript:>> writes: 
> > I think in this case the byte by byte check was identical,including line 
> > endings, which made it all the more awkward to sort out. (detecting file 
> > mode changes!) 
> Oh, that's interesting.  Internally, it means that the recorded hash for 
> files matches between versions, but the recorded hash for the 
> directories won't be (because the files' modes are stored in the 
> directory object, not the file object). 
> Dale 

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