Thomas Rast <> writes:

> Conveniently enough we have seen both already ;-)  Andrew's version for
> commit.c could use a bit of refactorization, since it inserts the same
> code in two places, but then it's about the same complexity as the
> change for rebase.
> I'm not sure it's worth arguing about whether the "fixup! fixup!"  is a
> symptom of some underlying problem, and changing rebase is only tapering
> over the symptom; or whether it's actually a useful distinction.

If they are about the same complexity, then my instict tells me that
it is a better design not to strip on the writing side.


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