gh codespace cp
gh codespace cp [-e] [-r] [-- [<scp flags>...]] <sources>... <dest>
The cp command copies files between the local and remote file systems.
As with the UNIX
cp command, the first argument specifies the source and the last
specifies the destination; additional sources may be specified after the first,
if the destination is a directory.
--recursive flag is required if any source is a directory.
A "remote:" prefix on any file name argument indicates that it refers to the file system of the remote (Codespace) machine. It is resolved relative to the home directory of the remote user.
By default, remote file names are interpreted literally. With the
each such argument is treated in the manner of
scp, as a Bash expression to
be evaluated on the remote machine, subject to expansion of tildes, braces, globs,
environment variables, and backticks. For security, do not use this flag with arguments
provided by untrusted users; see https://lwn.net/Articles/835962/ for discussion.
By default, the 'cp' command will create a public/private ssh key pair to authenticate with the codespace inside the ~/.ssh directory.
- Name of the codespace
- Expand remote file names on remote shell
- Name of the SSH profile to use
- Recursively copy directories