|Brett Bender a075f8bba2||3ヶ月前|
Made with ❤️ by @GreatGodApollo
Quick Script Runner (qsr) is a command line utility program that allows users to run code from github gists quickly with just a single command
That's it! Although you'll probably want to also add the binary to your path for ease of use.
$ scoop bucket add trough https://github.com/GreatGodApollo/trough.git $ scoop install qsr
Do you have go installed? You can run just one simple command to install QSR!
$ go get -u github.com/GreatGodApollo/qsr
$ qsr --help Quick Script Runner is a command line utility that allows you to run gists with a single command. Usage: qsr [command] Available Commands: docs Documentation Generator help Help about any command link Link a gist or file alias run Run a remote gist source Get a link to the source code unlink Remove a gist or file alias Flags: --config string config file (default is $HOME/.qsr.json) -h, --help help for qsr --version version for qsr Use "qsr [command] --help" for more information about a command.
These values can be set in
~/.qsr.json. The options listed are unable to be used as alias names.
Configuration options available:
token- Personal OAuth token for Github
A personal OAuth token can be generated on your tokens page. This allows for the 60 requests per hour limit to be surpassed.
This token does not need any special scopes.
To prevent overcrowding this README, the included gist aliases are located in gists.md
This list can be expanded on, either create an issue, or a PR to request a new language!
To compile the executable from the source, it's extremely easy, and can be done in as little as 3 commands.
You can follow these instructions to build:
# This assumes you already have git and golang installed. $ git clone https://github.com/GreatGodApollo/qsr.git $ cd qsr $ go build
This project is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License v3.0