On Sat, Mar 1, 2014 at 9:53 PM, Nguyễn Thái Ngọc Duy <pclo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> "git rebase -e XYZ" is basically the same as
> EDITOR="sed -i '1s/pick XYZ/edit XYZ/' $@" \
> git rebase -i XYZ^
> In English, it prepares the todo list for you to edit only commit XYZ
> to save your time. The time saving is only significant when you edit a
> lot of commits separately.

Is it correct to single out only "edit" for special treatment? If
allowing "edit" on the command-line, then shouldn't command-line
"reword" also be supported? I, for one, often need to reword a commit
message (or two or three); far more frequently than I need to edit a

(This is a genuine question about perceived favoritism of "edit", as
opposed to a request to further bloat the interface.)
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