Besen, David wrote:
> I think one of my coworkers has stumbled on a git bug -- if you
> amend a merge commit, and then pull, your amends are lost.
This is how pull --rebase works. It turns your single-parent commits
into a sequence of patches on top of upstream and completely ignores
your merge commits.
There is a --rebase=preserve option that makes a halfhearted attempt
to preserve your merges --- perhaps that would help? The
git-rebase(1) documentation has more details.
In an ideal world, I think pull --rebase would do the following:
1. Do the same thing it does today
2. Behind the scenes, *also* try a 'pull --merge' but don't save
3. Compare the results. If they differ, show a diff and explain
to the user what happened.
I may be the only one that wants that, though.
Hope that helps,
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