Automatic Merge Failed, Fix Conflicts Issue
What happens when we run into the problem where we experience a merge conflict where two developers have made changes, but have made changes to the same object and experience an issue? Check out the solution in the video How To Handle Merge Conflicts (Automatic merge failed; fix conflicts and then commit the result). As you can see, we learn how to solve [problem].
Some questions that I answer in the following video:
- When looking at the example, what key point do I mention in the video?
- Where would see this possible issue on a regular basis?
- If two developers make changes to the same object, what do I mention about how we'd solve this?
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If you want to avoid experiencing this issue, I would suggest that you consider how your development team works, how you architect your changes, and you overall approach to reacting to problems. This tends to arise when a bug is found and several developers work on the same objects on their own branches and experience a conflict when merging in to master. Likewise, this can occur when developers share the same database or code set. In all of these cases, you haven't spend time thinking about how you will make changes and you're likely to generate problems.
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