I just learned painfully that git reset --hard deletes any previously 
untracked files that have been staged. I had to recover them one by one 
using git fsck.

Before I did the reset I actually checked the list of files and saw them 
but I assumed that after the reset those files would be unstaged and 
untracked again. It just seemed the most natural bahavior.

Is this a missing feature or is it in fact more logical to delete them?

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