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Yet another reason not to use git

My stashes do not get applied.

I make a change. I stash my changes. I look at the stash and I see that my changes are there. Then I undo my changes in the source code. Then I try to apply my stash. It does not work. The stash does not get applied to my source code.

This is yet another of the many reasons I will continually urge my manager to switch us over to TFS. We've already done so with a few of our projects and we are slated to do so with the current project very soon. I can't wait.


Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Nov 08, 2017

So when you say you undo your change after it gets stashed, what exactly do you mean? Are you keeping staged changes? How do you undo the change? By default doing a stash would move your modified tracked files and staged changes to the stash and returns you repository to a clean state, so you should have to do a "undo of your changes".

From what I've read, TFS supports Git from VS 2013, so you can use both if you want! 


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