How to integrate Sublime Text with GitHub?

I thought it would be perfect if ST would have a plugin for syncing repo with the one on GitHub account, but I can’t find such a thing.

There is Github Tools and sublime-github but they don’t provide commit or push commands.

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    There are numerous git plugins available via Package Control, so all you have to do is browse through them, read the READMEs, and decide if you want to try it out. I use SideBarGit (along with SideBarEnhancements), which allows you to right-click on a file in your project and get access to the whole array of git-related tasks, from Add & Commit & Push to Branch to Clone to Diff and more. Another popular tool is Git, which provides essentially the same options as SideBarGit, just in a menu off Tools instead.

    SublimeGit is a free-to-try, € 10 to buy commercial plugin (available through Package Control) that looks like it’s very full-featured, allowing you to do just about anything related to git. It includes a number of syntax definitions for editing commit messages, looking at diffs, comparing branches, etc., and judging by its popularity (it’s one of the Top 100 at Package Control) a lot of people seem to like it. But, it’s not open-source, and costs extra money to use long-term.

    Any of these will work with Github, Bitbucket, or any other public or private repo that uses the git protocol. Try them out, and see what works for you.

    Via Package Control, you can install sublime-github.
    It’s simple and works fine for me.

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.