lnadd - Create symbolic links to files placed in another directory.
lnadd file_dir [ln_dir]
The command creates symbolic links in the ln_dir to the files placed
in the file_dir directory. If a file is already present in the ln_dir
directory, it is overwritten if the file in the file_dir is newer.
Specifies the directory to which files the symbolic links should
Specifies the directory in which should the links be created. By
default, the current directory is taken.
-i Ask for each file in the file_dir if the link should be created.
-l Create the link to the RCS subdirectory too.
-d Create also links to the subdirectories placed in the file_dir
(except RCS, unless -l was specified, too).
-r If a file in the file_dir is actually a symbolic link, do not
point at it, but on the real file.
-o Write over the files (not directories) present in the ln_dir. By
default, the files (not directories) are overwritten if they are
older than files in the file_dir
-k If a file is already present in the ln_dir, keep it.
-v Show links that are created.
$ lnadd /ipa/projects/proj1/members/work1
creates links in the current directory which point to the files placed
in the /ipa/projects/proj1/members/work1 directory.
Ivica Crnkovic, Mats Medin