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README.rst

gistey

Installation:

  • Using pip

    pip install gistey

    On linux systems you might require to use sudo

Usage:

  1. To create a public gist with description for a bunch of files

    $ gistey --description "This would be the description" --files somefile.ext someotherfile
    URL of the gist created:  https://gist.github.com/<id> # output
  2. To create a secret gist, just add --secret option

    $ gistey --description "This would be the description" --files somefile.ext someotherfile --secret
    URL of the gist created:  https://gist.github.com/<id> # output
  3. To create a gist without description

    $ gistey --files somefile.ext someotherfile
    URL of the gist created:  https://gist.github.com/<id> # output