GitHub Issues on the command line. Use your
$EDITOR, not your browser.
$ curl -s https://raw.github.com/stephencelis/ghi/master/ghi > ghi && \ chmod 755 ghi && \ mv ghi /usr/local/bin
$ gem install ghi
usage: ghi [--version] [-p|--paginate|--no-pager] [--help] <command> [<args>] [ -- [<user>/]<repo>] The most commonly used ghi commands are: list List your issues (or a repository's) show Show an issue's details open Open (or reopen) an issue close Close an issue edit Modify an existing issue comment Leave a comment on an issue label Create, list, modify, or delete labels assign Assign an issue to yourself (or someone else) milestone Manage project milestones See 'ghi help <command>' for more information on a specific command.
By default, ghi looks for GitHub issues by resolving the current working
directory's repository: first it looks for an
upstream remote, then it
You can override the repository ghi uses by setting the local
git configuration variable:
$ git config ghi.repo username/reponame $ ghi list # username/reponame open issues ...
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