From: Padraig Brady (Padraig at domain AnteFacto.com)
Date: Sun 13 May 2001 - 20:28:57 IST
What you're looking for is some sort of shell processing
of symlinks like:
./dir1 -> dir2
./dir2/filediff -> ../filediff_`basename $PWD`
not a chance I'm afraid.
Are symlinks supported on CD? if so are
hardlinks supported, as this would be
Conor Daly wrote:
>I know this is going to get me...
>I have two directories that are identical apart from one file. This file
>exists with the same name in both directories but with different contents.
>Now, my problem is this. I want to symlink one directory to the other but I
>need this file to be different depending on which directory I'm in. This
>has then to become a CDROM. Is my only option to create the second
>directory and, within that directory, symlink all the identical files and
>just keep a copy of the different file? I suspect so but I'd like to be
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