Do you have an example git repository with impending non-trivial merge conflicts?
I've gotten to the point with git that I feel like I know what I'm doing most of the time. I've got local branches for working on features. I rebase periodically and merge between my branches.. I'm slowly getting to the point where I'm getting it.
Until today when I ran into a situation where, during a rebase, git explained there were problems and asked me to fix things before --continue'ing. I did my best, but it was definitely deeper water than I was used to swimming in.
While there are dozens of "how do I resolve merge conflicts?" questions, I'm actually looking for a publicly available git repository which is in the state where a merge or a rebase will result in a few non trivial known conflicts. Something where I can play with mergetool, rebase --continue, etc.
Has anyone ever seen a tutorial like this?
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