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In general git has some terrible cryptic error messages.

from Stories from the Land of Rob:  

My favourite example is if you modify a file and then pull a change that modifies that file before you commit it:

Updating beb8c37..b953e6f
test: needs update
fatal: Entry 'test' not uptodate. Cannot merge.

WTF? what does uptodate mean? why isn’t it up to date? whats gone wrong? what should i do?
Surely something like:

Cancelling pull as 'test' has changes that would be overwritten by this pull. Please commit your changes or force an overwrite using the '--force' flag

would be a lot better?

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