The new commands pwv and cv are equivalent to pwd and cd.
The idea is that a process can create a new view of the fs at any point in the view tree. Also unix permissions can be used to restrict which view can be altered upstream.
So you could for example, a user can create mountpoints only for a process and its childs.
Last night I was thinking about using a view per process of the filesystem, which is a hierarchical filesystem as well. Probably inspired in some #plan9 I read a while ago.
Reading about graphic tablets... I was thinking in using the touchscreen of an ipad as input position combined with physical pc keyboard keypress to begin drawing (using the two hands).
So you could move the cursor with precision while you have feedback on the screen. Never used graphic tablets though...
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