Merging is a Git process for connecting forked histories. It connects two or more development timelines. The git merge command allows you to combine the data from multiple git branches into a single branch. A succession of commits will be merged into a single history in Git merge.
Strategies for merging Git repositories. When two branches are combined, a merge occurs. Git will attempt to locate a common base commit between two (or more) commit points. Git offers many techniques for locating a base commit, which are referred to as "merge strategies."
Git creates a new commit (M) called a merge commit when the modifications from your feature branch and master are combined from the point where the two branches split.
With its automatic merging features, Git can handle most merges on its own. When two independent branches make updates to the same line in a file, or when a file is removed in one branch but changed in the other, a conflict occurs. Working in a team environment will almost always result in conflicts.
The story's opposing force, conflict, is divided into four categories: conflict with oneself, conflict with others, conflict with the environment, and confrontation with the supernatural. The internal conflict that a lead character confronts with himself is frequently the most powerful.
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