Hi, you might wanna have a look at ClearCase completion script. http://jan.tomka.name/project/clearcase-completion-bash
I like the idea very much
I went through the docs quickly... I think the posibility of destroying the Linux Registry and thus making the whole system unusable is about the same as removing the whole /etc directory structure from your disk by accident.
The way one could destroy a key from registry is no different to removing /etc/inittab or any other config file. And the way one could insert a wrong value is no different to simply messing up a random line from /etc/fstab by accident...
But what you get! Centralized uniform configuration interface for the whole system. Stuff I've been always missing in UNIX.
It is so exciting only to imagine the entire Linux OS distribution based on a single configuration interface!