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Resolve Merge Conflicts using “Pull Request Merge Conflicts” Microsoft DevOps Extension - 365 Community

Resolve Merge Conflicts using “Pull Request Merge Conflicts” Microsoft DevOps Extension

While there are different ways and tools to handle the issue, in this post we will use a Microsoft standard extensions for DevOps to resolve merge conflicts within Azure DevOps. The extension is called “Azure DevOps Pull Request Merge Conflicts” and is available in the marketplace (free).

The problem of the conflicts in the merge can reveal itself during pull requests to merge branches, or…

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Resolve Merge Conflicts using “Pull Request Merge Conflicts” Microsoft DevOps Extension

While there are different ways and tools to handle the issue, in this post we will use a Microsoft standard extensions for DevOps to resolve merge conflicts within Azure DevOps. The extension is called ” Azure DevOps Pull Request Merge Conflicts” and is available in the marketplace (free).

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Author: Roberto Stefanetti

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