So here’s the most important part of the
"dockerComposeFile": [ "../docker-compose.yml", "docker-compose.yml" ],
This came from using the
Existing Docker Compose (Extend) option when creating remote container files.
This is part of my existing
.env files are not committed to source, attempting to create a codespaces will actually cause a failure on build, resulting in an error about
no .env found
A possible solution would be to detect if this field is present somehow, and automatically have an empty temporary .env file