W dniu 01.09.2016 o 15:12, Johannes Schindelin pisze:
> On Wed, 31 Aug 2016, Jakub Narębski wrote:
>> W dniu 31.08.2016 o 21:10, Junio C Hamano pisze:
>>> So I am not sure if we want a parsed commit there (I would not
>>> object if we kept the texual object name read from the file,
>>> though). The "one sequencer to rule them all" may even have to say
>>> "now give name ':1' to the result of the previous operation" in one
>>> step and in another later step have an instruction "merge ':1'".
>>> When that happens, you cannot even pre-populate the commit object
>>> when the sequencer reads the file, as the commit has not yet been
>>> created at that point.
>> True, --preserve-merges rebase is well, different.
> It is mis-designed. And I can be that harsh because it was my design.
> In the meantime I came up with a much better design, and implemented it as
> a shell script on top of rebase -i. Since shell scripts run like slow
> molasses, even more so on Windows, I have a loose plan to implement its
> functionality as a new --recreate-merges option, and to deprecate
> --preserve-merges when that new option works.
> It needs to be a new option (not a --preserve-merges=v2) because it is a
> totally different beast. For starters, it does not need its own code path
> that overrides pick_one, as --preserve-merges does.
Better preserving for merges (with cleanly defined sematics)
would be certainly nice to have.
> But I get way ahead of myself. First we need to get these last few bits
> and pieces in place to accelerate (non --preserve-merges) rebase -i.
But it can wait, right.