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gh is GitHub on the command line. It brings pull requests, issues, and other GitHub concepts to the terminal next to where you are already working with
git and your code.
GitHub CLI is available for repositories hosted on GitHub.com and GitHub Enterprise Server 2.20+, and to install on macOS, Windows, and Linux.
See the manual for setup and usage instructions.
If anything feels off, or if you feel that some functionality is missing, please check out the contributing page. There you will find instructions for sharing your feedback, building the tool locally, and submitting pull requests to the project.
Additional Conda installation options available on the gh-feedstock page.
For more information and distro-specific instructions, see the Linux installation docs.
MSI installers are available for download on the releases page.
GitHub CLI comes pre-installed in all GitHub-Hosted Runners.
Download packaged binaries from the releases page.
Build from source
See here on how to build GitHub CLI from source.
Comparison with hub
For many years, hub was the unofficial GitHub CLI tool.
gh is a new project that helps us explore
what an official GitHub CLI tool can look like with a fundamentally different design. While both
tools bring GitHub to the terminal,
hub behaves as a proxy to
gh is a standalone
tool. Check out our more detailed explanation to learn more.