You can of course use
ghub-request and its wrapper functions in your
personal scripts. Unlike when you use Ghub in a package that you
distribute for others to use, you don’t have to explicitly specify a
package in personal scripts.
;; This is perfectly acceptable in personal scripts ... (ghub-get "/user") ;; ... and actually equals to (ghub-get "/user" nil :auth 'ghub) ;; In packages you have to specify the package using AUTH. (ghub-get "/user" nil :auth 'some-package)
AUTH argument is not specified, then a request is made on
behalf of the
ghub package itself. Like for any other package you
have to create a dedicated token of coures.