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Hi All

I'm wondering if it is possible to use
regular expressions in the "modules" file?
I made some tries but it didn't work...

If not, is there another way to group
files of a given pattern into a module
(for example all *.jar files)?

Thanks for your help,

Manuel Michaud

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