GitLoad makes distributing your releases easy and user friendly.
There is no registration or signup needed.
You can use this system with any public GitHub repository.
Use the button below to generate the URL for a repository and display the releases.
To automate use with all your repositories, append
/username/repository to the URL.
The URL will then look like this:
/username/repositoryto the URL. There's no need for prior coordination regardless of project size or release interval.
#in the URL. Example:
#123) or user mentions (
Creating a release is simple.
Go to your repository at
and click the "Draft a new release" button.
Fill in the tag, name, and description.
Don't forget to attach binaries.
The release description is shown by GitLoad with the same formatting as GitHub would (including issues and user mentions).
If your product is intended for end-users rather than developers,
consider writing a small 'Installation and Usage' chapter.
If the installation instructions are in a seperate file,
add a link to said file in the format
It's important to specify the release tag in the URL so users get the instructions for this specific version.
Please attach binaries if you can.
Be sure to attach at least one compiled binary suitable for end users.
While this is not necessary for GitLoad to function,
it's usually simple to do because you likely build and test your project anyways before creating a release
(or at least you should).
Consider putting the build results into a zip file
If no binary is available, we will show the zip and tar source code links only.
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Note: You can also paste the URL to the repository for which you want to use GitLoad