Hi Sergey,

On Tue, 10 Apr 2018, Sergey Organov wrote:

> Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schinde...@gmx.de> writes:
> > Once upon a time, I dreamt of an interactive rebase that would not
> > flatten branch structure, but instead recreate the commit topology
> > faithfully.
> [...]
> > Think of --rebase-merges as "--preserve-merges done right".
> Both option names seem to miss the primary point of the mode of
> operation that you've formulated in the first sentence. I suggest to
> rather call the new option in accordance to your description, say,
> --no-flatten, --keep-topology, or --preserve-shape.

A very quick A/B test shows that neither --no-flatten nor --keep-topology
and certainly not --preserve-shape conveys to Git users what those options
are supposed to do.

But --rebase-merges did convey the purpose of my patch series. So there.


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