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install GitHub release binaries from the cli
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Show HN: Install GitHub release binaries from the CLI
I usually use binenv (https://github.com/devops-works/binenv) to install binaries from releases. But maybe I misunderstood and this isn't the same.
nice! looks good, didn't know about it. I'll try it by installing it with my tool ;)
binenv supports versioning which is nice, and reads from a maintained list (https://github.com/devops-works/binenv/blob/develop/distribu...). mine is just simpler, a single script, and accepts any user/repo
nice! that's a more complete tool, didn't know about it. I guess the only advantage on my script is that accepts any user/repo whereas they maintain a file (https://github.com/devops-works/binenv/blob/master/distribut...)
What are some alternatives?
gh-branch - GitHub CLI extension for fuzzy finding, quickly switching between and deleting branches.
bingo - The missing package manager for golang binaries (its homebrew for "go install")