Create a new gist
Create a new GitHub gist with given contents.
Gists can be created from one or multiple files. Alternatively, pass “-“ as file name to read from standard input.
By default, gists are private; use ‘–public’ to make publicly listed ones.
gh gist create [<filename>... | -] [flags]
# publish file 'hello.py' as a public gist $ gh gist create --public hello.py # create a gist with a description $ gh gist create hello.py -d "my Hello-World program in Python" # create a gist containing several files $ gh gist create hello.py world.py cool.txt # read from standard input to create a gist $ gh gist create - # create a gist from output piped from another command $ cat cool.txt | gh gist create
-d, --desc string A description for this gist -p, --public When true, the gist will be public and available for anyone to see (default: private)
--help Show help for command -R, --repo OWNER/REPO Select another repository using the OWNER/REPO format