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Is there justification for leaving conflict markers in checked-in code?
Consider conflict markers. i.e.: <<<<<<< branch blah blah this ======= blah blah that >>>>>>> HEAD In the particular case which has motivated me to post ...
Oct 25 '11 at 17:38
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