Is it possible to create a shortcut
ln -s ./source ./destination
that represents every file in a directory? I know I could just create an alias for the parent directory, but in my situation, I have to have an alias for each file. It would be prettier if I could create one alias that represented every file in a directory, rather than a whole bunch of them.
The syntax, I imagine would be something like this:
ln -s ./source/* ./destination
But of course that doesn't do anything.