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git – I ran into a merge conflict. How can I abort the merge? – Stack Overflow

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/11/25

Since I keep forgetting how simple it is: [WayBack] git – I ran into a merge conflict. How can I abort the merge? – Stack Overflow

If your git version is >= 1.6.1, you can use git reset --merge.

Also, as @Michael Johnson mentions, if your git version is >= 1.7.4, you can also use git merge --abort.

As always, make sure you have no uncommitted changes before you start a merge.

From the git merge man page:

git merge --abort is equivalent to git reset --merge when MERGE_HEAD is present.

MERGE_HEAD is present when a merge is in progress.

Also, regarding uncommitted changes when starting a merge:

If you have changes you don’t want to commit before starting a merge, just git stash them before the merge and git stash pop after finishing the merge or aborting it.

–jeroen

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