Arguably writing command line tools in Node.js has similar problems (8? 10? 12? 12.9?) though it has the advantage that not having a baked in version into your OS distribution means you have to install one yourself (which hopefully will match).
I think Go is a better choice for this type of thing as the end result is a copy-and-run-anywhere staticly linked binary.
Seen through a different lens, it's actually a compliment.
The poster sees the utility in the tool, even though it's not built on one of the poster's preferred platforms.
But the great thing is that the OP shared the source code on Github, so it can be ported to other platforms... if one is motivated enough to do so.
Isn't this required by package managers of all languages? pip/compose/gems all require internet access.