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Dealing with Common Problems: Can't Pull Code from GitHub

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Your Turn

  • Working in your local-first project in RStudio, make an edit to your README.md file, but do not commit your changes

  • Go to the local-first project on GitHub, make a change to your README.md file and save it (this will automatically commit your changes)

  • In RStudio, attempt to pull from GitHub, making sure you get the message about needing to commit your changes before pulling

  • Now commit your edits in the RStudio version of the local-first project

  • Pull again, making sure you can successfully bring in the changes from GitHub

Heads up: you should get a message about a merge conflict. We’ll deal with this in the next lesson!

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