shareable modules

I apologize if this has been addressed already...

I would like to create modules that I can share with others, but I don't want my .iml files to exist in the content directory.

However, when I create these modules, and look in the .iml file, I see absolute urls (e.g. . Obviously can't be shared with someone who doesn't have their source code on the C drive. If I create the .iml file in the content directory, the urls look like they use an environment variable, e.g. . What I'd like to happen is when I create the module file outside of the content directory, the url would use the environment variable, e.g. ]]>.

Note that this seems to have nothing to do with the checkbox "Use relative path" for the module.

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It should be configured by the checkbox. If it does not work, please submit
a bug.

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Eugene Zhuravlev wrote:

It should be configured by the checkbox. If it does not work, please submit
a bug.

Checkbox? Where?

R

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Not a checkbox but two radiobuttons - "For files outside module directory:
() Use absolute paths () Use relative paths".

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Eugene Zhuravlev wrote:

It should be configured by the checkbox. If it does not work, please

submit

a bug.

>
Checkbox? Where?

>

R



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