Order resource directories?

In 3.x (and even pre-modules in aurora) we were able to order the
entries in the classpath. It seems now that the only order is at the
module/library level. This is generally ok for jars, but I need to
include the classpath a set of directories containing property files in
a specific order.

I see no way to do this other than to create a seperate module or
library for each directory of resources, which just a bit more than a
pain and will create a lot of noise. Am I missing somehting, or this the
new way of things?

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If you need a specific order you have to include all of them as separate
libraries. What's difficult with that? Adding a directory as a library seems
to be pretty easy, isn't it?

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In 3.x (and even pre-modules in aurora) we were able to order the
entries in the classpath. It seems now that the only order is at the
module/library level. This is generally ok for jars, but I need to
include the classpath a set of directories containing property files in
a specific order.

>

I see no way to do this other than to create a seperate module or
library for each directory of resources, which just a bit more than a
pain and will create a lot of noise. Am I missing somehting, or this the
new way of things?

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