This is the situation:
We are working on a project with different branches. Whenever I pull from one branch, sourceTree automatically makes a commit with a branche merge. However, I do not want to merge the branches. The only way to get rid of it is resetting the commit in a command line. Last time sourcetree even managed to create a merge conflict, even though i did not change anything.
How do I disable this?
"Pull" inherently implies merge. I'm not quite sure what you're asking. If you are saying that you have branch_a and branch_b and branch_a is getting merged into branch_b when you do a pull, then you must be pulling from the branch that isn't checked out. Try checking out a branch before pulling that branch so that it pulls into the correct branch.
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