I'm using SourceTree and would like to merge a commit from staging back to master. However, there are a few files in the commit that shouldn't be merged. I can't see where SourceTree allows me to mark the files to not merge.
How can I do this? I'd like it to be a permanent marking, so I don't accidentally merge them in the future.
Git does not allow you to select specific files that should be part of the merge, it is all or nothing. What you can do is create a new branch, check it out, and then use
git checkout source_branch <file_path> ...
The source branch is your staging and then specify the files that you want to merge into master. Once done, merge the branch with master and you should be all set.
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