Call for testing: getenv

Copies your .env files from a source dir you provide to the current working dir. You can also copy all the .env files in your working directory to the source directory.
If you work on different clients this is a handy tool which let you get your env files from a separate synced location.

usage: [-h] [-v] [-c] [-l] [-f] [-o <project_name>]
                 [-s <source_dir>]

Copies .env files from "<source_dir>/<project=current_dir_name>" to current

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -v, --version         Print version.
  -c, --copy            Copy .env to <source_dir>/<project=current_dir_name>
  -l, --list            List .env files in
  -f, --force           Overwrite current .env if found
  -o <project_name>, --override <project_name>
                        Override <project=current_dir_name>.
  -s <source_dir>, --source <source_dir>
                        Permanantly change source dir.

I’d like for someone to test the latest candidate build. Feedback is also appreciated. For candidate:

sudo snap install getenv --channel candidate