Thank you for sharing
... I don’t have a super tree of Vault secrets though (it’s one level, actually).
The "-c" is mainly intended for automation if needed.
Main motivation behind this project is that I am currently working with rather large secret trees and will have to move them around for upcoming refactors. I could also write scripts for that with the vault client of course .. but it felt to me easier and more flexible on the long-run to have a shell-like approach to work with.
In my case, the refactor will include a shift from KV1 to KV2, which is also covered by that tool.
Further, I saw this as an opportunity to do some coding :)
A few options exist for Windows already, allowing FUSE filesytem code an easy path to run on Windows. I've recently used winfsp + it's sshfs port, and it works pretty well.
Afaik Mac and Unix should be supported by FUSE, so it seems like a viable option.
Are there any reasonable go libraries for FUSE that you can recommend?