Using '-' as file name forces gist to read from stdin.
It's a common idiom to use '-' instead of a file name and expect given
tool to read input from stdin.
--no-open and gist.browse
is => are
[gist] Updated README.markdown
Added new github.token !command description to README.
document the new git-config options
manual in readme
standalone version (ala hub, ack)
move gist script into bin
update install instructions with gem
version 1.0 tweakage
sudo is so last year
`github.user` not `github.username`. (Should be `github.login` though…
I suck at english.
Signed-off-by: Chris Wanstrath <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Added link to your account.
Tweaked README code indentation.
Update README for authentication.
Update gist.rb raw URL.
cat is overrated...
support for private gists
i'm still a n00b at markdown
instructions for real