I have two directories, with files in both of them:
./read/pub/ |- file1
./write/pub/ |- dir1/ |- file2 |- file3
I need to create a symlink so that all the content in
./write/pub/ is readable also in
./read/pub/, but I would like some kind of hybrid directory.
Is it possible to symlink directly the real directory
./write/pub/, instead of symlinking all its content?
So I could have the possibility to put files in both directory and not have the files in
./read/pub/ present in
./write/pub/, AND the new files in
./write/pub/ will appear automatically in the
./read/pub/ directory, without recreating the symlinks each time.
PS - I don't think it is possible, but would like to know if you have some kind of solution isntead.