Prefix Kv keys with a base part

Currently I add base() to all keys:
kv.set([base(), "foo"], value)
kv.set([base(), "foo"], value)
Instead of manually adding base() to every key, could there be a way to have it added by default, for all Kv methods?
You write your own functions that wrap Kv methods. Or... the evil way -> changes Kv.prototype 😄
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Hmm, yes. But this won't work in Deploy i guess
ABAltair 680b7/14/2023
Deploy doesn't have the concept of a file. it uses a managed FoundationDB .afaik!

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