r.in.gdal -e should set region to newly imported map
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When running r.in.gdal with the -e flag (to update the region from the imported raster extents), the command finishes by setting the region to the default setting (even if that was not the previous setting).
It may be preferable for it to set the region to match the newly imported map, so that follow up operations e.g. r.composite are run with the correct settings.