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Esta versión de GitHub Enterprise Server se discontinuará el 2024-08-29. No se realizarán lanzamientos de patch, ni siquiera para problemas de seguridad críticos. Para obtener rendimiento mejorado, seguridad mejorada y nuevas características, actualice a la versión más reciente de GitHub Enterprise Server. Para obtener ayuda con la actualización, póngase en contacto con el soporte técnico de GitHub Enterprise.

Acerca del CLI de GitHub

GitHub CLI es una herramienta de línea de comandos que tra solicitudes de cambios, propuestas, GitHub Actions y otras características de GitHub Enterprise Server a tu terminal para que puedas hacer todo tu trabajo en un solo lugar.

About GitHub CLI

GitHub CLI is an open source tool for using GitHub from your computer's command line. When you're working from the command line, you can use the GitHub CLI to save time and avoid switching context.

GitHub CLI includes GitHub features such as:

  • View, create, clone, and fork repositories
  • Create, close, edit, and view issues and pull requests
  • Review, diff, and merge pull requests
  • Run, view, and list workflows
  • Create, list, view, and delete releases
  • Create, edit, list, view, and delete gists
  • Retrieve information from the GitHub API

For more information about what you can do with GitHub CLI, see the GitHub CLI manual.

What's the difference between GitHub CLI and Git on the command line?

The Git command line interface (git) allows you to work with a local or remote Git repository. The remote repository may be hosted on GitHub or it may be hosted by another service.

GitHub CLI (gh) is specifically for working with GitHub. It allows you to use the command line to interact with GitHub in all sorts of ways, as illustrated by the previous list. If you tend to work on the command line you may prefer using GitHub CLI instead of using GitHub in a browser. GitHub CLI also makes it easier for you to create scripts to automate GitHub operations.

Installing GitHub CLI

For installation instructions for GitHub CLI, see the GitHub CLI repository.

Sharing feedback

If you have feedback or feature requests, you can open an issue in the cli/cli repository.