On Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 9:29:52 PM UTC+1, Philip Oakley wrote:
> I think what you are seeing is that you you have confused different parts
> of the display messages.
> I believe Git says:
> You asked Git to cherry pick a commit that has the subject line
At first I thought the same, but I managed to actually recreate the issue,
and the warning line really mentions (different) file name at the end. In
my test example, it was:
warning: Cannot merge binary files: a.txt.gz (HEAD:a.txt.gz vs. c8fe548...
... where "testing" is a commit message, and "b.txt.gz" the actual filename
in that commit (opposing "a.txt.gz" inside HEAD).
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