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Viewing GIT resolution errors.

After GIT resolves errors, is there a way (i.e. command) that I can use to see what GIT resolved in a list? I'm thinking of situations of where there could have been a lot of conflicts in a merge that would be resolved, it would just be nice as a QC task.

1 Answer

Try running the git merge with --stat and/or --verbose?