Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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commiting to a remote github gist

If you own a gist, for example gist number 123456, then you can clone it locally using the scp-like git url syntax and push up your changes to the remote gist.github.com.

# clone your gist
git clone git@gist.github.com:123456.git my-awesome-gist
cd my-awesome-gist

# edit some file, commit changes
# e.g. git commit -v some-file.txt
# then push it back up to gist.github.com
# for everyone else to access

git push
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