I’ve been putting together a new tool which is designed to help when you have a lot of fly apps locally and you want to keep track of which one is where. This is being built as something to potentially carry other tools in the future. Would you find it useful? Comment away - Here’s the readme for FLy Utilities:
flu - FLy Utilities ---------------- Flu is the start of a utility command line tool for Fly developers. It is centered around managing your fly.toml files and other local assets. Fly/Flyctl is the core tool for interacting with Fly itself. This is an early release to gague usefulness. Currently implemented commands: 1 flu ls Scans the directories immediatly below the current directory and reports on the app names in any fly.toml file. e.g.
❯ flu ls
APPNAME DIRECTORY NAME
Optional flag `-r`/`--recurse` - will recurse down the directories too. Pull Requests and Issues welcome