git merge does not merge
I have a master and "PersonalSite" branch for a codebase I'm working on. I have been repeatedly trying to merge the master into the PersonalSite branch to no avail.
This time, I thought I had everything straightened out, so I did:
git checkout master
git checkout PersonalSite
git merge master
It looked like everything was working, and it listed the set of files I would have expected, but there was a conflict. The conflict was correct and was as expected, so I fixed it, did "git add", "git commit", then "git push". But now, when I look at my git log, it just shows a commit with no code changes but a single conflict.
Now, when I run "git merge master" from the "PersonalSite" branch it says "Already up-to-date." but this clearly is not the case, as none of the changes I tried to merge actually merged. What exactly do I do to get master to actually merge at this point?
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