To show only the files containing merge conflicts in Git, you can use the
git diff command with the
Here's the command you can use:
git diff --name-only --diff-filter=U
--name-only: This option tells Git to output only the names of the files that have differences.
--diff-filter=U: This option tells Git to show only files with unmerged, or conflicted changes.
This command will output a list of file names that have conflicts. You can then use this list to resolve the conflicts in those files.
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