Git: In an (interactive) rebase, find out which commit you are currently working on (until version < 22.214.171.124)
The following stopped working with git version 126.96.36.199 or higher
When you are using
git rebase and are currently editing a commit (due to a conflict, for example), you may want to know the current commit. \
Luckily, there is lots of useful stuff in the
Useful if you want to inspect the original commit for its changes, for example like:
git show `cat .git/rebase-merge/stopped-sha`
In case you forgot what the changes are supposed to do.
All commits that will be applied after the current one (and their "strategy", e.g.
Handy when you want to look at that branch's state of the file.
 While git shows the commit when stopping at conflicts, for example, that information may have scrolled off your terminal's buffer or you might be working in another terminal. Or maybe you are just too lazy to scroll up.
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