This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Resolve merge conflicts
Step 1: cd ~/repo-directory
The result might look something like this:
computer:~ dstevens$ cd ~/space-repository
Why can't you just start with cd ~/space-repository ? Also this assumes a particular prompt format (macOS?) my prompt is \[server dir\] It would be helpful if you used a simpler prompt format that only shows relevant information, like the classic \[/usr/local]\$ Your choice of "computer:space-repository dstevens$" Shows info that I don't need to see that is not relevant to the lesson at hand. dstevens? computer?
Then for 6: "Remove the change designations added by Git (1, 2, and 3)."
What is a "change designation"? What are 1,2, and 3? Where are change designations 1,2 and 3 identified?
I can't comment on the command line format and general writing style. Hopefully someone from Atlassian will see your question/comment and take it onboard.
I think "change designations" 1, 2 and 3 refers to the annotations shown in the screen shot included in step 5. Here's a screenshot with the numbers added:
So, in the example given, they mean remove the lines that say:
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