Well, it's called `git stash` and not `git trash`... :-D

That's your own usage of it, but its main usage is different.

This is not a solution, but it's better than nothing and I second it.

On 25-02-14 13:33, Matthieu Moy wrote:
Holger Hellmuth <hellm...@ira.uka.de> writes:

Am 24.02.2014 17:21, schrieb Matthieu Moy:
$ git add foo.txt
$ git status
On branch master
Changes to be committed:
    (use "git reset HEAD <file>..." to unstage)

          modified:   foo.txt
Maybe status should display a stash count if that count is > 0, as
this is part of the state of the repo.
Maybe it would help some users, but not me for example. My main use of
"git stash" is a safe replacement for "git reset --hard": when I want to
discard changes, but keep them safe just in case.

So, my stash count is almost always >0, and I don't want to hear about

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