John Szakmeister <> writes:

>> When I added -c/--cc, I contemplated making -p imply --cc, but
>> decided against it primarily because it is a change in traditional
>> behaviour, and it is easy for users to say --cc instead of -p from
>> the command line.
> FWIW, security aside, I would've like to have seen that.  I find it
> confusing that merge commits that introduce code don't have a diff
> shown when using -p.  And I find it hard to remember --cc.  BTW,
> what's the mnemonic for it?  -p => patch, --cc => ?

Compact combined.

By the way, these options are _not_ about "showing merge commits
that introduce code", and they do not help your kind of "security".
As I repeatedly said, you would need "-p -m" for that.
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