scripts/nmbug | 5 ++++-
 1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)

This seems to fix the problems with merges failing on dirty indexes.
I didn't have time to trace through all of the ramifications, but it
seems to me by doing a merge with the default index, we are getting
some kind of random state (or maybe the state of the last merge).

I'll have to road test this a bit more to be sure it's a fix, but maybe you can 
think about whether it's the righ thing (TM) to do in any case.

diff --git a/scripts/nmbug b/scripts/nmbug
index 77bec64..47e4ee8 100755
--- a/scripts/nmbug
+++ b/scripts/nmbug
@@ -457,10 +457,13 @@ def merge(reference='@{upstream}'):
     The default reference is '@{upstream}'.
+    path = _os.path.join(NMBGIT, 'nmbug.index')
     with _tempfile.TemporaryDirectory(prefix='nmbug-merge.') as workdir:
             args=['merge', reference],
-            additional_env={'GIT_WORK_TREE': workdir},
+            additional_env={'GIT_WORK_TREE': workdir,
+                            'GIT_INDEX_FILE': path},

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