Unless there is a critical need to do so absolutely not. Even on a big boat (over 70') the amount of force that someone up the rig can apply is massive, and cane sails
be more than enough to knock over the stands.
I have done it exactly once, and we didn't have any other choice. The big travel lift
was out of commission and the smaller one wasn't tall enough to put the boat back in the water
(16' deep keep in a specially dug trench). Even so we lowered the boat all the way to the ground, used every halyard
on the boat as guide ropes, and everyone working on it was sweating bullets. Everyone there was a professional, most of us had a lot of time put he rig on big boats ect... But none of us wanted to be the guy to go up.
Can it be done? Yes
Will you get away with it? Sometimes
Is it safe? Not on your life
I would rather go up the rig in 25kn with a chute and full whites than do that non-sence again. You could feel the boat rocking and rolling.