Perhaps I’m doing something wrong, but I was reading the documentation here and saw that it was possible to add service variables, though I get the following error when attempting to do so
matthew@thinkpad ~ $ balena env add OCTOPRINT_APIKEY 82F64792280242B89E63D2DFDF5C115E --device 338d9c2 --service octodash Unexpected arguments: --service, octodash See more help with --help Additional information may be available by setting a DEBUG=1 environment variable: "set DEBUG=1" on a Windows command prompt, or "export DEBUG=1" on Linux or macOS. If you need help, don't hesitate in contacting our support forums at https://forums.balena.io For CLI bug reports or feature requests, have a look at the GitHub issues or create a new one at: https://github.com/balena-io/balena-cli/issues/
balena help env add the documentation in the CLI contradicts the aforementioned documentation. Has it ever been possible to do this?
matthew@thinkpad ~ $ balena help env add Add an environment or config variable to an application or device. USAGE $ balena env add NAME [VALUE] ARGUMENTS NAME environment or config variable name VALUE variable value; if omitted, use value from CLI's environment OPTIONS -a, --application=application application name -d, --device=device device UUID -h, --help show CLI help -q, --quiet suppress warning messages DESCRIPTION Add an environment or config variable to an application or device, as selected by the respective command-line options. If VALUE is omitted, the CLI will attempt to use the value of the environment variable of same name in the CLI process' environment. In this case, a warning message will be printed. Use `--quiet` to suppress it. Service-specific variables are not currently supported. The given command line examples variables that apply to all services in an app or device. EXAMPLES $ balena env add TERM --application MyApp $ balena env add EDITOR vim --application MyApp $ balena env add EDITOR vim --device 7cf02a6