Will take this point into consideration.
Thanks a lot.
On Friday, February 12, 2016 at 2:47:58 AM UTC-7, Magnus Therning wrote:
> RamCharan Vemulakonda writes:
> > Hi Philip,
> > By DataStage Artifacts, I meant .dsx files that are composed of IBM
> > InfoSphere DataStage Job definitions. A .dsx file is simply an xml and
> > is usually light-weight but has metadata within it which makes it
> > risky to do a code merge unlike Java.
> What you describe is generally true for *all* XML-based formats, merging
> is risky when using (line-based) tools that are developed for merging
> source code.
> AFAICS there are two options:
> 1. Make git treat .dsx files as executables, i.e. never merge them
> automatically, or
> 2. Configure git to use a .dsx/XML-aware tool for merging (see
> gitattributes(5) for details)
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