While I like the acronym so, this tool would actually be better described as se: an interface to the StackExchange network. In particular one thing that differentiates it from similar tools is that you can simultaneously search any number of sites in the StackExchange network:
Static binaries are available on the releases page for common Linux, MacOS, and Windows targets. You can quickly install the one you need to directory DEST with:
Right now I'm only building the most common targets, but in theory it should be easy to add more, so if you don't see what you are looking for just open an issue and I can add it. Here's a list of the supported targets. If you don't know what you need, you can install rustc and open an issue with the output of rustc -Vv | grep host | cut -d' ' -f2.
The config.yml file lets you specify your CLI defaults. So if you dislike the lucky prompt, always search serverfault.com and unix.stackexchange.com, and want the fastest search engine, you can set your config file like this: