pull request conflictions

i did a pull request and i got lot of files so what to do in that case i'm not getting which option should i use as it's in my unstage area how would i use an option to clean my sourcetree??

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I must say i don't understand the beginning of your question, but the answer to the end is that in order to clean your working folder, you need to press the big Discard button on the main screen (at the top, next to Commit and Checkout).

Or "ignore" the files you want to keep but don't want to see in Sourcetree, by name or by extension.  You can do this via the contextual menu (right click in Windows?  double click for Mac).  Or, directly edit the file .gitignore.  Here's what mine looks like. The * is a wildcard

 

*.rtf

*.dta

*.gph

*.ft

*.bbprojectd

*.sthlp

*.log

*.do

*.pdf

type1.ado

*.plist

.gitignore

 

 

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