One of our clients was trying to provision on a windows machine from a directory in their C: drive but the location of their codebase was in a separate drive, so they tried using
-a d:\engieApps and wasn’t able to get it to work. We tried suggesting
-a d:/\engieApps and
-a "d:\engieApps" but didn’t have any luck.
The client is in a different office from us so we weren’t able to debug on a windows machine ourselves. We told them to just either change directories to be where the code was or create a symlink which worked for them, but does anyone know how/if there’s a way to use the
-a flag for a separate drive on windows?