Jeff King <> writes:

> [1] I _do_ use "reset -p" when splitting commits, but I do not think it
>     is useful here. I use it for "oops, I staged this change, but it
>     actually belongs in the next commit. Undo my staging, but leave the
>     changes in the working tree for the next one".

Sure.  I thought that was exactly what Duy was attempting to do when
he splitted a commit into two (or more).
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