Jeff King <> writes:

> Splitting to single lines means you need to remember to add the matched
> pairs, which might be arbitrarily far apart.  That's not really any
> different than dumping the hunk in your editor, but I find there that
> it's easy to rearrange and group things as appropriate.

My main use case for this would be to split a plain addition into
several small additions.  Which would be much easier with the
menu-driven approach.

(Mostly I just use magit, but sometimes I want to do this on machines
without emacs set up.)

Christian Neukirchen  <>

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