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gists 만들기

퍼블릭 및 비밀의 두 가지 종류의 gist를 만들 수 있습니다. 자신의 아이디어를 세상과 공유할 준비가 되었으면 퍼블릭 gist를 만들고, 그렇지 않으면 비밀 gist를 만듭니다.

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관리형 사용자가 있는 엔터프라이즈의 구성원은 gist를 만들 수 없으며 gist에 대한 읽기 전용 액세스 권한을 가집니다.

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About gists

Gists provide a simple way to share code snippets with others. Every gist is a Git repository, which means that it can be forked and cloned. If you are signed in to GitHub Enterprise Cloud when you create a gist, the gist will be associated with your account and you will see it in your list of gists when you navigate to your gist home page.

Gists can be public or secret. Public gists show up in Discover, where people can browse new gists as they're created. They're also searchable, so you can use them if you'd like other people to find and see your work.

Secret gists don't show up in Discover and are not searchable unless you are logged in and are the author of the secret gist. Secret gists aren't private. If you send the URL of a secret gist to a friend, they'll be able to see it. However, if someone you don't know discovers the URL, they'll also be able to see your gist. If you need to keep your code away from prying eyes, you may want to create a private repository instead.

After creating a gist, you cannot convert it from public to secret. However, a secret gist can be made public by editing the gist and updating the visibility to public.

You'll receive a notification when:

  • You are the author of a gist.
  • Someone mentions you in a gist.
  • You subscribe to a gist, by clicking Subscribe at the top of any gist.

You can pin gists to your profile so other people can see them easily. For more information, see "Pinning items to your profile."

You can discover public gists others have created by going to the gist home page and clicking All Gists. This will take you to a page of all gists sorted and displayed by time of creation or update. You can also search gists by language with Gist Search.

Since gists are Git repositories, you can view their full commit history, complete with diffs. You can also fork or clone gists. For more information, see "Forking and cloning gists."

You can download a ZIP file of a gist by clicking the Download ZIP button at the top of the gist. You can embed a gist in any text field that supports JavaScript, such as a blog post. To get the embed code, click the clipboard icon next to the Embed URL of a gist. To embed a specific gist file, append the Embed URL with ?file=FILENAME.

Gist supports mapping GeoJSON files. These maps are displayed in embedded gists, so you can easily share and embed maps. For more information, see "Working with non-code files."

Creating a gist

Follow the steps below to create a gist.

You can also create a gist using the GitHub CLI. For more information, see "gh gist create" in the GitHub CLI documentation.

Alternatively, you can drag and drop a text file from your desktop directly into the editor.

  1. Sign in to GitHub Enterprise Cloud.

  2. Navigate to your gist home page.

  3. Optionally, in the "Gist description" field, type a description for your gist.

  4. In the "Filename including extension" field, type a file name for your gist, including the file extensions.

  5. In the file contents field, type the text of your gist.

  6. Optionally, to create a public gist, click , then click Create public gist.

    Screenshot of the visibility dropdown menu for a new gist. Next to a button labeled "Create secret gist", a dropdown icon is outlined in dark orange.

  7. Click Create secret Gist or Create public gist.