Re: [Q] rebase -i: turn "pick" to "edit", make no change, what should happen?

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Marc Branchaud <marcnarc@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> On 2024-05-16 15:21, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> What should happen when I turn "pick" to "edit" in a "rebase -i"
>> session, check what got checked out in the working tree, find it
>> satisfactory and decide not to make any change to the files, and say
>> "rebase --continue"?
>> The current implementation seems to just move to the next step,
>> without offering a chance to edit the log message.  I do not know
>> offhand if this is something we changed recently, or if it has been
>> that way forever.
> It's been this way forever (or close enough; I've been using Git since
> ~2010).


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