On Thu, Aug 16, 2012 at 02:09:33PM -0700, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> 
> The reason I do not think "pull -r" gives much value to the users to
> trigger "pull --rebase" is because the use of "pull --rebase" is
> very project specific.  If you are working on a project that forbids
> merges, you would _always_ want to run "pull --rebase", which means
> you would likely have it configured and would not be typing from the
> command line.

I agree that it's a bit strange, but based on a quick search, it seems
multiple projects already advertise git pull -r (i.e. not --rebase and
not a configuration option):


So it seems making -r refer to --recurse-submodules would already cause
quite some pain to users.
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