Since we customized the resume to include our information, we should include our current professional experience. To include our experience we need to modify the
- In your imported version of the repository, checkout to the branch named:
- While on that branch, open the
Modify the content on lines 2 through 6 and 15 through 19 making sure to provide information in the
Later you can go back and modify the
experience.ymlto be consistent with your experience.
After making the changes, create a commit, an example commit message might be:
Add my experience.
If you made the changes on your local machine, push your changes back to repository on GitHub.
- Create a new pull request. Use the base: of
masterand the compare: of
- Click Create pull request.
- In the This branch has conflicts that must be resolved section of the pull request, click the Resolve conflicts button to resolve the merge conflict.
It would appear that Shoptocat and Supportcat recently made changes to the
masterbranch and modified the same file you did, this is what is causing the merge conflicts. Similar to when we had to resolve a merge conflict with Mummytocat’s changes, remove Shoptocat and Supportcat’s contributions from the
experience.ymlfile. If you need a refresher on how to resolve a merge conflict, check the I need a refresher section below.
In the video instructions above, you might notice that @beardofedu ran into 2 conflicts in the same file. That is because they edited lines 2 - 6 and 15 - 19, so Git identified the two changes within the file as two separate conflicts. Had they edited lines 2 - 19, it would have been one merge conflict.
- With the merge conflict markers removed, click Mark as resolved
- Click Commit merge.
With the merge conflicts resolved, click Merge pull request.
I need a refresher
To remove the merge conflict, we should identify the content we want to keep and the content we want to remove. Then, remove the unnecessary content, and remove all conflict markers.