2018 September 09 17:57
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On July 2nd of this year, I discovered an amazing
git-stash option that lets me see the git-diff between what I currently have and what is in the stash:
git stash show -p.
Shortly thereafter, Brian Fenton directed me to a great article on
git stash, Useful tricks you might not know about Git stash. From this article, I also learned about how to stash everything-that-is-different, including files that are still untracked:
git stash save -u
The more I use git, the more I discover that there are many useful aspects of it that I have yet to learn.
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