gh-browse - Man Page

Open the repository in the browser

Examples (TL;DR)


gh browse [<number> | <path> | <commit-SHA>] [flags]


Open the GitHub repository in the web browser.


-b, --branch <string>

Select another branch by passing in the branch name

-c, --commit <string>

Select another commit by passing in the commit SHA, default is the last commit

-n,  --no-browser

Print destination URL instead of opening the browser

-p,  --projects

Open repository projects

-r,  --releases

Open repository releases

-R, --repo <[HOST/]OWNER/REPO>

Select another repository using the [HOST/]OWNER/REPO format

-s,  --settings

Open repository settings

-w,  --wiki

Open repository wiki


$ gh browse
#=> Open the home page of the current repository

$ gh browse script/
#=> Open the script directory of the current repository

$ gh browse 217
#=> Open issue or pull request 217

$ gh browse 77507cd94ccafcf568f8560cfecde965fcfa63
#=> Open commit page

$ gh browse --settings
#=> Open repository settings

$ gh browse main.go:312
#=> Open main.go at line 312

$ gh browse main.go --branch bug-fix
#=> Open main.go with the repository at head of bug-fix branch

$ gh browse main.go --commit=77507cd94ccafcf568f8560cfecde965fcfa63
#=> Open main.go with the repository at commit 775007cd

See Also


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Feb 2024 GitHub CLI manual