On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 01:33:56PM +0100, Matthieu Moy wrote:
> Holger Hellmuth <hellm...@ira.uka.de> writes:
> > 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
> it.

I concur with this.  Sometimes the stashed changes are remnants of a
small hack or a very brief start to an aborted project that I stashed
when I needed to change branches.  I figure that they might be useful in
the future, but I don't care about them right now.  I may pick them up,
I may not, but I certainly don't want to be reminded of them constantly.

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