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gget
Project | Flexible tool for downloading files from git services.

I created this project, initially, to simplify the download process for private release assets after not finding another compatible tool. I’m particularly proud of:

  • the expressive command line interface that supports some powerful features.
  • making the single-page website (gget.io) that has a clean design and very readable documentation through examples of its usage.
dpb587/gget
Repository | github.com

An easier way to find and automate file downloads from GitHub and GitLab repositories. Learn more from the examples and documentation at gget.io.

  • Standalone CLI - no git or local clones required
  • Public & Private Servers - supporting both GitHub and GitLab
  • Public & Private Repos - API-based access for private resources
  • Tags, Branches, and Commits - also semver-based constraint matching
  • Archives, Assets, and Blobs - download any type of resource from repos
  • Built-in File Operations - easy rename, binary, and stream options
  • Checksum Verification - verify downloads by SHA (if published)
  • Open-Source Project - contribute and discuss at dpb587/gget

More from README.md…

Latest Release — v0.5.5 (2021-01-26)

  • fix --cd behavior when using resource globs (#19)

Assets (sha256)

e7260a27dc5042de351b0ec33e69db0202727735328ddbccfb1c3616d500bb0e  gget-0.5.5-darwin-amd64
8ad077cd54cf4b075e8578f85cdf2650ae2f86cb2a852efbd98c6cb6733e78d8  gget-0.5.5-linux-amd64
a36ab492ab383d612f4983bdce162111bfef530f48438fb6b2649ea2fe18d806  gget-0.5.5-windows-amd64.exe

Assets