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Using Mercurial Sourcetree to resolve Merge Conflict when I need 2-way resolution

Suppose I have 2 branches, Branch 1 and Branch 2, and I have made changes to the same file in both branches. Further suppose I have made 2 changes in each file, where Change 1 is to the same line in each file, and Change 2 is to the same line in each file. And finally, I choose Merge. I want Change 1 in Branch 1 to win, and I want Change  2 in Branch 2 to win.

I don't see a way to do this with Sourcetree without calling my External Merge Tool. It seems that the Resolve Conflct options are all or nothing in terms of Mine vs Theirs. Is that correct?

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Dec 04, 2018


That is correct, from within Sourcetree we offer file level theirs/mine options for but for more nuanced merges re rely on the external tools.

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