brian m. carlson <sandals <at> crustytoothpaste.net> writes:
> On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 05:56:28PM -0700, Michael Migdol wrote:
> > Sorry for error -- I meant: git stash list -p, not git stash -p.
> > On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 5:38 PM, Michael Migdol <michael-spam <at>
> > > I recently upgraded from Ubuntu 13.10 to Ubuntu 14.04. After doing so,
> > > "git stash -p" stopped working. (It apparently is ignoring the -p
> > > parameter). I'm not sure what version I was using previously, but after
> > > some experimentation, I see that:
> > >
> > > version 18.104.22.168 : stash -p DOES work
> > > version 1.9.3 : doesn't work
> > > version 2.0.3 : doesn't work
> Under the hood, we do:
> git log --format="%gd: %gs" -g "$ <at> " refs/stash --
> But it looks like git log ignores -p if -g is provided.
Unfortunately I don't have much to add...
I have a weird issue where `git stash list -p` does not show a diff, but
`~/usr/bin/git stash list -p` does, for the exact same version of Git.
However, the underlying command does not show a diff in either case,
even though I can tell that is the one being executed (with set -x
inserted into .../libexec/git-stash).
This is so weird that I think it's my system's fault. I have to do some
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