I'd like to have a git commit option which is the opposite of --edit, to
use the selected commit message as is, without invoking any editor.

Main use case I see would be

  git commit --amend --no-edit

(say you fix a typo in the previous commit which doesn't affect the
commit message). Today, one can get the same effect more clumsily as

  EDITOR=touch git commit --amend

Or maybe as

  git commit --amend -C HEAD

But I'd really prefer a --no-edit option over those alternatives. And it
might be useful also in combination with other options, e.g., it would
make the -C option equivalent to -c --no-edit, if I understand it


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