Make a commit on top of master.

git rebase -i origin/master

Remove the commit.

Git prints "Nothing to do" and does not rebase.

Running 'git rebase -i' when there are no local commits has 'noop' in
the first line, and with it the rebase is successful. Why is this
'noop' mandatory?

- Orgad
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