a command line resource for gist

The common problem when we are using gist to archive most of our daily coding work is copying out every code of a file into the input box of the gist. So I went for resource to ease out my work. There is a ruby script which can upload your code-file right from the terminal. Guess what, you can even pipe out from ‘cat’ as the script is made to listen STDIN by default.

sudo apt-get install ruby1.9.1

sudo apt-get install rubygems

sudo gem install gist

A problem that I detected in my Ubuntu system is that the utility is not placed in user ‘bin’ by default.

So the question now is….

How to get it ?



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