I've multiple services running for the same app under the name "dev",  
"stage" and "default" (which is prod). 

The deployment is done using the standard `gcloud app deploy app.yaml`.

It is frustrating having to update app.yaml with service name before each 
deployment. I tried overcoming this by creating multiple app.yaml file for 
each environment. As an example, for dev, the `app.yaml` file would be 
stored under ./config/dev/app.yaml'. But now when I deploy using `gcloud 
app deploy ./config/dev/app.yaml`, gcloud only uploads what is in the 
/config/dev directory (and nothing from home directory). 

Is there a way to change this behaviour, or an alternative way to manage 
multiple environments better?


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