Jeff King <> writes:

> On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 09:04:30AM +0100, Michael Haggerty wrote:
>> It would be nice to support more flexibility in the todo-list commands
>> by allowing the commands to take options.  Maybe
>> * Convert a commit into a merge commit:
>>       pick -p c0ffeee -p e1ee712 deadbab The oneline of the commit after
> This seems like a reasonable feature to me. All of your examples are
> possible with an "e"dit and another git command, but the convenience may
> be worth it (though personally, most of the examples you gave are
> particularly interesting to me[1]).

I actually had a completely opposite reaction to the above one.  It
took considerable mental effort to decipher what that "pick -p ..."
line was trying to do, and I am not absolutely sure if I understand
what it is trying to do enough to rewrite it to an equivalent
"inconvenient" sequence of "edit and another git command".

> [1] The one feature I would like in this vein is that editing the title
>     in the instruction-sheet would modify the commit message of the
>     relevant commit. For some reason I try to do this every few weeks,
>     but of course the changes are just thrown away.

Every time I thought about this one, I get stopped after realizing
that the title line is only a small part of the log message.
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