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Edit: I am mistaken, YML like syntax, but not YML
Place your custom modules somewhere outside Odoo base installation folder, for example at /opt/odoo/external_modules , and add this to /etc/openerp-server.conf:
addons_path = ... (base Odoo module path),/opt/odoo/external_modules
Then you can update your odoo base installation without affecting your custom modules. This will be broken if you are upgrading instead between version, e.g from V8 to V9.
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