That's a good point.
I think the use case would be if you uncover a bug that you don't have an automated test for, but you can then write one that reproduces the bug. Then you run git bisect in automatic mode. Once the issue is fixed, you can add that new test to your test suite. 🤷♂️That's the best one I can think of.
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