Is it possible to use symbolic links or some other method, i.e. a 'virtual directory' or mount, by which the following is achieved, and persistent?
Directory tree A, original
root dir | +-- dir 1 | | | +-- dir 1.1
Directory tree B, symlinked/virtualised to remove one layer in the tree
root dir | +-- dir 1.1
I know it can be done as a one time operation by generating symbolic links, but I'm wondering if there's a way to make it persistent, so that if I add a folder 1.2 in directory tree A, it will always show up in the root of directory tree B?