relative gitmodule references between stash projects

if I have 2 projects with a repository each, is it possible to make a git submodule relative reference between these 2 projects? I'm not sure how how handle the stash project name in the relative url reference.

ssh://git@stash.company.com/projectA/master.git

ssh://git@stash.company.com/projectB/submodule1.git

ssh://git@stash.company.com/projectC/submodule2.git

so I want master.git to have relative submodule references to submodule1.git submodule2.git in different projects.

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has been fixed

ah, you need to references 2 levels deep:

git clone ssh://git@stash.xxx.com/prja/master.git
cd master
git submodule add ../../prjb/sub1.git

that works.

Hi Robbin,

Just to let you know that while that works on the command line Stash itself doesn't actually link them in the file view, that only works for absolute URLs.

Feel free to raise an improvement if you like.

Charles

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