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A list of Gist clients.
@gotdibbs
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gotdibbs commented Jun 27, 2013

Just started a client for Windows: GistInTime.

@gdumitrescu
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gdumitrescu commented Jun 29, 2013

I use GistBox Chrome App besides Sublime Text 2 Gist plugin or gist ruby gem

@sergmelikyan
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sergmelikyan commented Jul 16, 2013

PyCharm is also has support for gists

@boneskull
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boneskull commented Jul 29, 2013

Likewise probably IntelliJ and WebStorm and all the JetBrains products.

@attackant
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attackant commented Sep 7, 2013

PHPStorm has support for Git + Gists.

@coderaiser
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coderaiser commented Dec 30, 2013

Cloud Commander has suport for Gists.
(Upload to GitHub menu item)

@sahutd
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sahutd commented Jan 26, 2014

@alexweber
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alexweber commented Jan 27, 2014

no love for GistBox? http://www.gistboxapp.com/

@watilde
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watilde commented Feb 9, 2014

I made node client just now. https://github.com/watilde/gistjs
(It’s just because I couldn't find any on this page)

@pbojinov
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pbojinov commented Mar 24, 2014

@douglarek
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douglarek commented Mar 27, 2014

@aawc
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aawc commented Apr 22, 2014

gist.sh -- From https://github.com/gmarik/gist.sh#readme:
Unmaintained, doesn’t work
Since Github API changes. Thanks for stopping by!

@hoppfrosch
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hoppfrosch commented Apr 24, 2014

@CathyMacars
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CathyMacars commented Apr 24, 2014

@bueltge
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bueltge commented May 2, 2014

@ksdev-pl
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ksdev-pl commented Jul 17, 2014

Gist List - with tags and backup: https://gistlist.nfshost.com

@carlsmith
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carlsmith commented Aug 22, 2014

PLUG: CoffeeShop is an online CoffeeScript shell that uses GitHub Gist as a backend.

@JonathanSchndr
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JonathanSchndr commented Mar 5, 2015

@DMarby
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DMarby commented Mar 29, 2015

Harpia is a gist desktop client for OS X: https://github.com/DMarby/Harpia

@icholy
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icholy commented May 6, 2015

@Aebian
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Aebian commented Aug 10, 2015

Is there a desktop client for windows?

@CrandellWS
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CrandellWS commented Sep 28, 2015

@Aenian For Windows you can create the gist with the npm command line client npm install -g mkg which can be setup as a batch process if desired but I would strongly recommend using https://desktop.github.com/ as the desktop client for everything but creation of the Gist, for that use the npm package command line client:

npm install -g mkg

@mattrajca
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mattrajca commented Nov 4, 2015

I released CodeDrop for OS X for quickly creating gists.

@hackjutsu
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hackjutsu commented Aug 14, 2017

Cross-platform Gist client:

https://github.com/hackjutsu/Lepton

@StefanoBelli
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StefanoBelli commented Feb 14, 2018

@erm3nda
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erm3nda commented Jun 19, 2018

I really think that this gist deserves a good read from the author and add some of them back to gist content. (ie Lepton is not in list yet and totally deserves to be)

@xudaolong
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xudaolong commented Apr 4, 2019

  • CodeExpander - A smart GitHub gist client with the TextExpander features.

@teologov
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teologov commented Nov 26, 2019

Check this code snippets manager: https://snipper.app, it supports GitHub Gists.

@nealmcb
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nealmcb commented Apr 1, 2020

Unlike the many other Python options here, this one works as of 2020-04: https://github.com/jdowner/gist
Just install add a ~/.gist config file with your github token as described there.

@ChristopherA
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ChristopherA commented Feb 26, 2022

Gist as a Service is now 404. Looked at @andymatuschak repos to see if was renamed, but it looks like it not archived and is now gone.

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