On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 7:54 AM, Tim Landscheidt <t...@tim-landscheidt.de> 
> Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
>>> Compared to v2:
>>> - the potential loss of errno before it's printed out in builtin/am.c
>>>   is fixed.
>>> - keep update_ref() in sequencer.c non-fatal like this rest
>>> Interdiff:
>> This round hasn't seen any comments.  Is everybody happy with it?
>> I personally do not have strong opinion for the feature but didn't
>> spot anything against the execution, either, so...
> Sorry for the late reply: I dislike REBASE_/HEAD/ because
> ORIG_/HEAD/ refers to the tip of the original branch, and
> /ORIG/_HEAD refers to the original branch, so
> /REBASE/_/HEAD/ is doubly confusing IMHO.  I consider
> ORIG_COMMIT easier to understand because ORIG_HEAD refers to
> the tip of the original branch, and ORIG_COMMIT would refer
> to one of the commits making up that original branch, but as
> I suggested it myself I might not be very objective in that
> regard :-).

I wonder if you could make a ref symlink named ORIG_COMMIT pointing to
REBASE_HEAD. A bit more setup for you, but that'll make everybody

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