Doc seems fine to me.
As the doc says there are two use cases of renaming a module.
The first one is pretty obvious: If you have a module called App.gwt.xml that resides in com.companyname.app the GWT compiler will compile this module to /war/com.companyname.app.App/com.companyname.app.App.nocache.js. If you don't want to expose this package structure you just rename the module to a short name, e.g. rename-to="app". The compiler will then produce /war/app/app.nocache.js.
So its pretty much what the doc describes.--
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