It was very easy in Sourcetree but this tool is not available on Linux
gitk shows the content of your stash:
$ gitk --all&
Since both the index and the working tree are saved in stash, you see both, and the diff looks a bit different than what you might be used to.
$ git stash show -p
shows the stash content on the command line. If you have several stashes, you can specify the stash name, e.g.
I tried several GUIs without success, though I may have missed some options:
- gitk (check my comment in the other answer)
- git gui
The ones which worked fine:
- gitg (show the stash by default at the top of other commits)
- tig with "tig stash" (text UI but very handy)