RE: Re: comments inserted on merge
No but it seems like I have resolved all the conflicts in files and then those comments still remained in the file after I saved the merged changes and marked them as resolved. I believe that is correct, anyway. Maybe I am wrong and there were still conflicts remaining.
> Brett Sturgis wrote:
> > Whenever I merge conflicts in a file, comments such as ">>>>>mine" or others with various words and symbols are supported, and I cannot compile the file afterwards until I delete the inserted comments. Is it possible to disable the insertion of these comments when merging files?
> No, it's not possible to disable the insertion of these comments. They
> are created by the subversion libraries to indicate conflicts between
> the revisions that you have merged. It's good that the code doesn't
> compile when it still contains conflicting changes.
> You have to resolve them manually or use a three way merge tool.
> TortoiseSVN comes with an easy to use three way merge tool -
> TortoiseMerge - which is invoked automatically when you edit a
> conflicted file either from the merge dialog or via the explorerc
> context menu.
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