Jeff King <> writes:

> On Fri, Mar 01, 2013 at 08:57:03AM -0800, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> Nobody seems to use that combination, either from scripts or from C
>> (i.e. when opts.update==1 and opts.merge==1, opts.reset is not set)
>> with a twoway merge, other than "git am --abort/--skip".
> I can believe it. So do we want to do that fix, then? Did you want to
> roll up the two halves of it with a test and write a commit message? I
> feel like you could write a much more coherent one than I could on this
> subject.

I actually was wondering if we can remove that sole uses of two-way
merge with --reset -u from "git am" and replace them with something
else.  But we do want to keep local change that existed before "am"
started, so we cannot avoid use of two-way merge, I guess...
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