Jeff King <> writes:

> So I think we need to update twoway_merge to recognize unmerged entries,
> which gives us two options:
>   1. Reject the merge.
>   2. Throw away the current unmerged entry in favor of the "new" entry
>      (when old and new are the same, of course; otherwise we would
>      reject).
> I think (2) is the right thing.

As "--reset" in "read-tree --reset -u A B" is a way to say "we know
we are based on A and we want to go to B no matter what", I agree we
should not reject the merge.

With -m instead of --reset, I am not sure what the right semantics
should be, though.
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