How do I git merge a branch that has already resolved conflicts with master?
I have a branch that is currently at the same commit as
master. Another developer has just merged
master into their branch and resolved all conflicts, but they have NOT done the opposite yet: merge their branch into master.
When I merge their branch into mine I still get all the conflicts that they resolved in their last merge commit. How can I tell git to use the resolutions that the other developer has already done?
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