The path name expansion is useful if you want to allow the transfer of
projrc files from clones of clones. Simply add "default" to your server
-list and the extension will always update the projrc file when cloning
-and when pulling from the default repository source.
+list and the extension will always update the projrc file when pulling
+from the default repository source. Note that you will not get the projrc
+file when cloning. Instead you'll get it when you first pull into the clone.
+There is an additional "especial server" that you can add to your server
+list, which is "localhost". If you add localhost to the server list,
+you will always get the projrc file when cloning or pulling from any
+local repo (where a "local repo" is one that is on the local machine,
+whether it is accessed directly through the file system or through
+http, https or ssh access to the localhost)
2. Accept all project configurations from the default pull sources:
-This makes sure that the projrc file is transferred to clones of clones
+This makes sure that the projrc file is transferred when pulling from
+the default path, which is usually the one that we cloned from.
+Note that you won't get the projrc file when cloning. You'll get it
+when pulling for the first time.