Git merge in my case
I created a new feature branch named
master branch to develop a new feature of my project.
My teammate also created a new branch from
master, but he is refactoring the
master branch version codebase on the new branch (new branch is named
My teammate finished the refactoring & merged the
master_refactor back to
master branch. So, that now the master branch has a refactored codebase.
At this point, my new feature development is also done, what should I do to merge my new feature to the current
master branch without ruin my teammate's refactor work on
**master** branch? (Since the old master branch codebase is still in my
new_feature branch, if I directly merge back to master, will my teammate's work be ruined?).
when I am developing the new feature on my new branch, I also modified some code from master branch.
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