When I click "amend latest commit" it doesn't seem to add the last commit message (post commit-msg hook) to the commit message text box for me. In my case we use gerrit and there is a unique Change-Id generated in the commit-msg hook that needs to be sent withi any amended changes.
using the command line tools "git commit --amend" does this, as do other GUI clients I have used.
I don't think this would be desired behaviour for most people anyway; when you amend a commit, you want control over what's in the commit message. If your tools like to see change ids, you can add them - but really I don't think amending commits that have already been pushed elsewhere is a good idea anyway.
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