Git – file flags conflict

I’m using bitbucket and end up with a conflict, code is perfectly same, but when I try to merge

I’m getting “file flags conflict”, I’ve tried to google but didn’t find much information about that particular issue, maybe anyone can give me a clue what I need to look for?

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    Thank you.

    UPDATE:

    I did next:

    1. Pushed my local changes to the remote repository. Everything went okay.
    2. Created pull-request to the main repository.
    3. When owner tried to accept pull-request “file flags conflict” appeared.

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    That seems to be a BitBucket server issue, when merging from a fork (like accepting a Pull Request).
    See for instance this bug report.

    https://bitbucket-assetroot.s3.amazonaws.com/repository/9A9dGk/1502768015-Screenshot%20-%2017_10_2014%20%2C%2016_13_00.png?Signature=benFOwMQs7KcYfNtZJ6yM%2BlqKbo%3D&Expires=1415619877&AWSAccessKeyId=0EMWEFSGA12Z1HF1TZ82

    I always merge local. Have you tried?

    • add the remote: git remote add kfsone https://bitbucket.org/kfsone/tradedangerous.git
    • and than you can just: git pull kfsone master

    Merging locally does the trick.

    So if this is a conflict shown by BitBucket on the server side, try cloning and merging locally first, then push back to the remote repo.

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