hub is a command-line tool that wraps Git in order to extend it with extra features and commands that make working with GitHub easier.
You can learn more about
hub on its homepage.
I came across this tool and thought it was pretty cool and useful so I decided to “snap it”. Snaps allow you to install software on various Linux distributions with a single package. They automatically update as well meaning you’re always running fresh software.
The source for this snap can be found here.
You can install
hub via snap for Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04+, elementary OS 0.4+, Debian 9+, Fedora 28+, and more:
sudo snap install --classic hub