Jonathan Nieder <> writes:

> How about something like the following, for squashing in?
> With or without the tweaks below,
> Reviewed-by: Jonathan Nieder <>

Thanks, both.

Regarding "git add --refresh" (no other arguments), it would say
"Nothing specified, nothing added.", and that is unrelated to the
breakage reported and fixed in this thread, I think.  It is the same
message "git add" (no other arguments) gives, which I think is a
mistake.  "git add --refresh" is like "git add -u" in that the
affected paths are determined by the index, and running these
commands while your index is still empty can just be a silent no-op.

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