Sorry if I am drumming up and old issue here. I have noticed that with
"git rebase -i", if your final line contains a commit and no newline, git
interprets that as "remove this commit please".

I feel that a commit should be removed only if the entire line is removed, that
is the commit hash and title as well as the newline.

I have noticed that the behavior is "correct" with "git commit". Even if you
omit the final newline after the commit message body, all text lines will be
included.
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