I ran `git commit -ammend` on a repo where 1 out of 3 files changed
were staged for commit.

I would've expected an error to be thrown due to the double typo but
instead it committed all 3 files with the message 'mend'.

So it looks like it interpreted it as `git commit -a -m 'mend'`.

I'm running git using iTerm 1.0.0 on OSX 10.9.


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