git-svn:update my local copy with changes in the 'trunk'
We have a git-svn repository. I had no troubles to update the trunk with my local changes (commit + push or commit + merge), however sometimes my colleagues make some fixes in the code and update the git-svn and i want to take his changes without committing mine, since the code is not yet ready for commit (even locally, i might want to revert some of it). I can;t find a way to get his code and merge conflicting changes (i work with 'tower' git client on mac os x).
Any way to do the same action an svn 'update' command will do ?
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