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7. Commit, test and merge

Once all the conflicts have been resolved, and composer.lock updated, the merge can be committed. Note that you may or may not keep composer.lock, depending on your version management workflow. If you do not wish to keep it, run git reset HEAD <file> to remove it from the changes. Run git commit, and adapt the message if necessary.

You can now verify the project and once the update has been approved, go back to master, and merge your update branch:

git checkout master
git merge <branch_name>

Insecure password hashes

To ensure that no users have unsupported, insecure password hashes, run the following command:

php bin/console ezplatform:user:validate-password-hashes

This command checks if all user hashes are up-to-date and informs you if any of them need to be updated.

Your eZ Platform should now be up-to-date with the chosen version!