I was reading the docs and came across this:
Whenever flyctl is run, it will look for a fly.toml file in the current directory and use the application name in that file. This behavior can be overridden by using the -a flag to set the application name, or on some commands (such as deploy) by using a -c flag to point to a different fly.toml file.
However, when I pass
--app to flyctl launch, it says that it’s unrecognized.
Ideally, I’m trying to create a prod/non-prod application deployment that uses identical fly.toml files. This seems like how I would do it in theory.