Why I often have this >>>>>>>> or <<<<<<<<<in my code?



  • Hi!

    Please, could you tell me why I often have this >>>>>>>> or <<<<<< or < in my code?
    For example:

    <span class=“gras”>Les astronaute<s ne peu>>vent pas pren<dre de douche,</span>

    Thanks for your help.



  • @Fourmi-Krohonde

    because it is part of your syntax??? Well, without further infos I guess it is hard to tell I assume!!

    Cheers
    Claudia



  • @Claudia-Frank

    @Fourmi-Krohonde said:

    Hi!

    Please, could you tell me why I often have this >>>>>>>> or <<<<<< or < in my code?
    For example:

    <span class=“gras”>Les astronaute<s ne peu>>vent pas pren<dre de douche,</span>

    Thanks for your help.

    Hi CLaudia, thanks for your answer.
    No it’s not a part of my syntax! Suddendly, this <<<<, or juste one <, appears in my code.

    For example I’m writting at the line 140, and whehn I go down to line 570, i find this >>>>> or <<<<.
    Strange no?



  • Some source configuration programs add lines like that when they find a merge conflict. The program will leave both versions of the conflicting text in the merge output but they will be clearly marked by lots of >>>>>>>> and <<<<<<<<<. For example, see https://help.github.com/articles/resolving-a-merge-conflict-from-the-command-line



  • @AdrianHHH

    @AdrianHHH said:

    Some source configuration programs add lines like that when they find a merge conflict. The program will leave both versions of the conflicting text in the merge output but they will be clearly marked by lots of >>>>>>>> and <<<<<<<<<. For example, see https://help.github.com/articles/resolving-a-merge-conflict-from-the-command-line

    Thanks … but your link tells that this happens when I work with a colleague. But I am working alone on my Notepad++.
    And this > or << happens in lines very far from the line I am working.
    For exemple, I am writting on line 95 and the problem occurs at line 727.
    Strange no?



  • No one knows?
    May be it’s come from the graphic tablet, I use it with a stylus.
    But it’s really disturbing, when I’m writting my code, often this <s<p<an<=<"<<<<<<<<<c<l<a<ss…come and take me lot of time to fix it!

    Thanks for helping



  • @Fourmi-Krohonde

    what AdrianHHH meant, well what I guess what he meant, is, that version control software
    like git, mercurial, svn may do such things to mark the changes. So, do you use such tools?
    What I find strange is that it may happen in between words?
    Could you provide the debug info? (Can be found under ? menu)

    Cheers
    Claudia



  • Hi Claudia,
    thanks for helping,
    here is the Debug info:
    Notepad++ v6.8.8
    Build time : Dec 10 2015 - 01:11:37
    Path : D:\Notepad++\notepad++.exe
    Admin mode : ON
    Local Conf mode : OFF
    OS : Windows 10
    Plugins : mimeTools.dll NppConverter.dll NppExport.dll PluginManager.dll

    Sincerely.
    Evrard



  • @Fourmi-Krohonde said:

    Hi Claudia,
    thanks for helping,
    No, I don’t use git, mercurial, svn.
    here is the Debug info:

    Notepad++ v6.8.8
    Build time : Dec 10 2015 - 01:11:37
    Path : D:\Notepad++\notepad++.exe
    Admin mode : ON
    Local Conf mode : OFF
    OS : Windows 10
    Plugins : mimeTools.dll NppConverter.dll NppExport.dll PluginManager.dll

    Sincerely.
    Evrard



  • @Fourmi-Krohonde

    Hmm, you only use the standard plugin - strange.
    Can you easily reproduce this behavior?
    Do you have still a PC/Laptop around, does it happen there as well when editing the same file?
    When it happens do the files share similarities?
    You see, I’m fishing in muddy water.

    Cheers
    Claudia



  • @Claudia-Frank said:

    @Fourmi-Krohonde

    Hmm, you only use the standard plugin - strange.
    Can you easily reproduce this behavior?
    Do you have still a PC/Laptop around, does it happen there as well when editing the same file?
    When it happens do the files share similarities?
    You see, I’m fishing in muddy water.

    Cheers
    Claudia

    Hi Claudia,
    Theses <<<<<< or <i<m<g<c<l<…happens when I am writting the code. I save it, Then I go to verify the page, and these things happen.

    Or, I save my page, everything is good. And the day after, when I open it, these >>>> happen!

    You’re fishing in muddy waters? Good, this is where live the bigger fishes!
    Thanks for your help.
    Evrard



  • Hi Evrard,

    when you are saying

    Then I go to verify the page

    what exactly does this mean? You open the browser and load your file?
    You copy the file over to your webserver and then you are using a browser to verify?
    If so, do you use ftp to do this?

    You’re fishing in muddy waters? Good, this is where live the bigger fishes!

    No sharks, except wiresharks, please. ;-)

    Cheers
    Claudia


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