Here is a big list of Gist Clients to manage Gists on Github. Github features for Gist are primitive and many has lot of Gists with no search, no tagging or anything. It is quite normal to embed a Gist on your WordPress blog post, even if you have a Syntax Highlighter Plugin installed. As the number of Gists increases, it can become difficult to manage.
Gist Clients for OS X with GUI
Gist Clients for OS X Text Editors
We have already written about the text editors for OS X. So, we are starting this list of Gist Clients with appropriate plugins for these commonly used text editors.
Vim Text Editor Gist Plugin
This is a vimscript for creating gists. Simply point towards :
Coda Gist Plugin
This plugin allows you to easily publish gists to gist.github. The contents of the gist will be the selected text. If no text is selected, the contents of the gist will be the entire document :
Emacs Gist Plugin
gist.el depends on a number of other modules, that yo will need to install them, either manually or by way of Emacs package manager :
TextMate Gist Plugin
With this bundle you can simply create public and private gists. You need to have Ruby, and configured your GitHub username and token in your global config :
Standalone Gist Clients for OS X
Cocoa app for creating and editing gists. Written in MacRuby :
Snippets – Support for Pastie, Snipt and Snipplr
This is kind of addon for Pastie, Snipt and Snipplr :
QuickHub provides Gists creation feature and will notify you when something changes on your GitHub artifacts :
Gist Clients for iOS, Windows etc.
Gisto is a Cross-platform snippets management desktop application that allows you to share code snippets fast and easily :
For iOS, there are Apps like iGist and Gistacular :
We are not mentioning Gist Clients to Manage Gists on Github for These :
- Browsers (has for Addons for Chrome, FireFox, Safari…)
- Web Services / Online Services (can shut down)
- Command Line (we think they are not smooth to use)