Let's say I have two identical branches: master and topic. In master I
remove some code, i.e. function bar(). In topic I do the same (commit)
and after some time I realize I need bar() and revert previous commit
So I end with master with no bar() and topic with bar() in its
original state. When I merge I get code without bar() and no merge
conflict (recursive or resolve strategies). Is it possible to detect
such situations as conflicts? When bar() is C++ virtual there is no
possibility to catch this with compiler.
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