Git in netbeans - resolving conflicts
I am using Git in netbeans and I wanted to commit my changes, however first I did a pull, and now there are conflicts.
On the left, I have a .java class that is in red because of conflicts, and I've right clicked it and selected Resolve Conflicts, and went through those steps.
But it still won't let me commit. I would like to override the current HEAD revision with my code, however it won't let me commit. How do I do this?
And when I select the file and choose to see Git -> Diff, it only lets me replace or delete the code in my working copy with the code from the HEAD, rather than replace the code in the HEAD.
Basically, I want to commit my code, not revert, etc. How do I do this in netbeans? It keeps telling me I cannot commit because of conflicts.
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