> 
> So you would naturally be tempted to do this:
> 
>     ... Re-edit, compile, and test.  This time it is perfect.
>     $ git commit -a -C ORIG_HEAD
> 
> Well, not really.  You can lose any file newly created in
> ORIG_HEAD this way.  Instead, you need to do this:
> 
>     ... Re-edit, compile, and test.  This time it is perfect.
>     $ git add <whatever file you have changed>
>     $ git commit -a -C ORIG_HEAD
> 
> Do people find this a big problem?

I often do some maybe not that brilliant changes in my tree,
and when I then ask git to reset these I expect git to reset
everything.

After a git-reset HEAD^ I really expect git to have rewinded back till
where I started with no files added whatsoever.

>From the matter of least suprise git should not remember files added,
one have to do that by themself again if needed.

        Sam
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