Microsoft’s GitHub: CLI 1.0 is out, so you can now do GitHub tasks from the terminal

GitHub has released GitHub CLI 1.0, a command-line tool that lets developers create and check on pull requests and issues from the terminal. 

GitHub released CLI in beta this February for GitHub Team and Enterprise Cloud customers, but back then not for its self-hosted product for private repositories, GitHub Enterprise Server. 

Now that GitHub CLI has exited beta, it is available to use on repositories hosted on GitHub Enterprise Server 2.2 and above. Apparently, it was the most-requested feature during the beta phase.

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The Microsoft-owned code-hosting site says users can run their GitHub workflow from the terminal, from issues through to releases. 

Users can also call the GitHub API to script many actions, set a custom alias for any command, and connect to GitHub Enterprise Server and GitHub.com. 

GitHub notes on its page for GitHub CLI that many of its

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