My habit, when I am going to do something in a project is to:

cd ~/project
git branch
# more commands

just to remind me which branch is active immediately after I cd into the
subdirectory. I have some subdirectories which are "duplicated" on multiple
machines. The contents of each machine is in its own branch (same name as
machine name). And all branches are stored in my "global" bare repository.
Basically, the information is about the machine configuration. So it is
easy on any machine to compare its configuration to any other machine's
configuration with "git diff HEAD other-machine-branch".

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