one great feature of restic that I find very useful is the ability to peek inside a repository, just to look at a file like so:
restic -r myrepo dump latest /file/of/interest
This comes very handy e.g. on my phone where fusermount does not work and I cannot mount the repo.
However sometimes I want to look at a file that in fact is a symlink and when I try the above command all I get is an error - which is not very helpful at all as I sometimes cannot remember the target of the symlink…
So my question: Is there a way to “dump” a symlink either by dumping the symlink target straightaway or at least by displaying the symlink target, so that you can use that to dump the information you are interested in?