I've been using git-new-workdir and am finding it very useful, but am
finding one problem. How do I update a working directory created with
git-new-workdir if the branch it is one is changed in the main
directory.

For example, say I have:

~/src/my-repo

~/src/my-repo-branch/master
~/src/my-repo-branch/feature-branch

where "master" and "feature-branch" are git-new-workdir'd branches
pointing to ~/src/my-repo. Now I pull to "~/src/my-repo" so it updates
say master (or feature-branch). In ~/src/my-repo-branch/master running
git log will show the latest commits to master, but the working
directory will be out of date.

Is it possible to get this workdir up to date?

Phil

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