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Discussion in 'Support' started by jabelli, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. jabelli

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    MKLINK /R
    /R(elative symbolic link, if possible)

    E.g. "mklink bar foo" results in "...<symlink> bar [C:\full\path\to\foo]", but "mklink /r bar foo" would result in "...<symlink> bar [foo]".

    Alternately, make mklink work like it does in cmd and create symlinks as entered, and add a switch for creating absolute symlinks.

    (edit) Actually, come to think of it, maybe both? Make mklink create symlinks as entered, but add a switch to make it relative (if possible) and one to make it absolute.
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