git reports merge conflict with no changes, empty lines (using git-subtree)
I'm testing the use of git-subtree to merge a library repo into a bigger project. It seems great in principle. Sometimes when I do a "git subtree pull" I get merge conflicts like this:
An inserted line from the lib repo
That's for a change that was made in the library repo, merging into a file that has not been modified locally. Or another example, where I added a line in the local project repo, but in a file that is part of the subtree being merged:
Another inserted line
Why would git report these as merge conflicts, but the region reported as the conflict is empty? Any way to prevent it?
These are easy enough to resolve, but it messes up the git-subtree workflow
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