I have been googling and looking around stackoverflow without finding a "clean answer" for this issue. Let´s say that I have the following account:
and some repos:
I´m writing some documentation on https://github.com/myUserName/repo1/README.md and I want to make a relative link to a file inside a folder of the other repo (repo 2), like: https://github.com/myUserName/repo2/folder/file.md
Is it possible to do it without having to use the previous absolute path or having to prepend "hacks" like "/blob/master"?
As a JS person, I miss the "dot notation" as a way to avoid any possible future issue related to changes in the names of the account, repos, folders.
Which would be the better way to link relatively (or between repos)?