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Re: Module aliases

From: xyzzy
Subject: Re: Module aliases
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2004 16:58:33 +0300
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On Thursday 29 April 2004 16:24, Jim.Hyslop wrote:
> address@hidden wrote:
> > I have a directory structure on the cvs server for my project
> > named "project"
> > as such:
> > project/
> >
> > a (dir)
> > b (dir)
> > c (dir)
> > aa (file)
> > bb (file)
> >
> > What I want to do is define an alias in the modules file that
> > will give me
> > only the "b" directory AND the "aa" and "bb" files.
> I don't think you want an alias. You want a subset of an existing module,
> which is not the same as an alias. Have you tried:
> subproject-b project/b project/aa project/bb

Thanks Jim...

The problem with your fix is that aa and bb are 2 of many files.... The 
problem is mine because I was not clear on what I needed.

I have many files in the root directory and want to get them all... Having to 
list each one individually is extremely burdensome when I want to be able to 
just use 'project/*' for the files only...

I also DO want an alias because I want the name of the checked out directory 
to be "project", not "subproject-b".

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