basically, I've got clones of some expensive-to-build projects
(node.js), and I have changes that I want to rebase/cherry-pick onto
dev and stable branches.

I know I can push to a remote, then pull into my other, and keep the
two on different branches so the builds don't get out of date. But, I
think I'd like it if they all just shared the same objects, branches,

Could I symlink together my
.git{branches,config,hoks,logs,objects,packed-refs,refs} directories?
Is this just going to kill me later?


p.s. Its not --reference I want, I'm using that already, but it
doesn't make my changes in one local clone automatically be present in
another local clone.

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