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Looking at a changed file from my git repo in Sourcetree, it has some legitimate changes in it. But when I compare versions of the file and look in the Sourcetree 'differences' pane, it is showing a line that (I believe) was unchanged. It show a red -, and green + for the same line #23, with the same text, same number of spaces, etc:
I guess my question is: why is this marked as a "difference"? Thanks for the help!
Thanks @Mikael Sandberg for the prompt reply! I thought it might be whitespace, but the two lines seem to have exactly the same number of characters and whitespace. But, indeed, if I check the ignore whitespace option, the questionable lines disappear. Thanks for the tip. Still bothers me a little bit, but thanks!