Thread: Darcs experts: question about conflicts

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    Darcs experts: question about conflicts

    I installed Darcs a few days ago and have a doubt. I am the only programmer and I usually work on two or three instances of the application, making new feautures. The problems cames because this instances modify the same source code file, so when I finished them and send to main repository they make a conflict. Is there any way to deal with this? Can I write the same file in multiple instances without making conflict when pushing to main repository? Is there any best practice? thanks

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    You presumably would need to perform a manual merge to resolve the conflicts. If you want three distinct copies of the file, then that is a different matter.
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