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How to compare a git stash to the current working tree?
In git you can put your current changes aside for a moment with
git stash. This is really neat but what often ends up happening is that you forget what was in there, and what was the state of the branch at the time of stashing.
git stash show, but it only displays the differences to the stash's parent commit. I would like to see the diff to my current working tree.