On Sun, Jan 20, 2013 at 12:23:41PM -0800, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> In any case, the intent of the author timestamp is to record the
> time the author _started_ working on the change and came up with an
> initial, possibly a partial, draft. It does not record the time
> when the commit was finalized. "git commit --amend" preserves the
> original timestamp, doesn't it?
And we have "--reset-author" if you want to do that. It seems like just
doing "git commit --amend --reset-author" at the end would solve the
original problem. Perhaps that is something that we could better
support directly from the instruction sheet.
 or after an "edit" break in the instruction sheet, if it is in the
middle of a set of commits
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