This isn’t a bug so I figure it makes more sense to put here as a discussion instead?
I was just playing around with the
fly ssh issue subcategory of commands and I got a bit confused with the
-d flag. It’d be easier if I just show you:
d flag puts me in the mode of "Ok, no matter what I type, this file will go in
~/.ssh" but then the wording of the prompt makes me flinch and think “Path? I thought it’d be a filename. Ah, wait, I guess I need to specify my full ssh path then…?”
I took a look under the hood anyway and it’s pretty clear that the issue command is just concerned with creating files. The prompt reflects as much too but under the
-d path, the prompt text and what my brain is assuming start to diverge
Design is hard! Technically you could have a subpath in your ssh folder of course so there’s not really a correct answer depending on the angle you’re looking from.
Keep up the good stuff