I rewrote the question so that the OP gets the information they were seeking, and it meets the requirements of the site.
After the rewrite it was still closed as not a real question.
There is no close reason "diverges too much from rev 1" so closing it as not a real question, then asking me to repost it verbatim makes absolutely no sense.
If a moderator believes a revision does injustice to the original, then they should revert it.
I believe the op would get the information they need from the answers to the revision, and I believe it's a real question. So obviously I am baffled by the moderators insistence that it remained closed.
The fact that it was opened after a moderator single close vote suggests that the community disagrees with the moderator. And that was before revision.
The fact that a moderator had to use a final moderator vote to close it again rather than letting the community decide suggests that the moderator wants to tell people that its firmly on the wrong side of the line, as a form of site guidance. This is after the revision.
If anything, the actions taken for this question are confusing.
If the intent is to tell people that they should not revise questions to fit site guidelines, then a revert should be performed.
If the intent is to tell people that the question originally and revised is not acceptable, then a suggestion to repost the question is wrong.
If the revision doesn't do harm to the original question, and the revision and answers are acceptable and valuable to the site, then the question should remain open.