GitHub Copilot CLI: A CLI experience for letting GitHub Copilot help you on the command line

2023-04-13

GitHub Copilot CLI is a CLI experience that translates natural language into shell commands, with modes for different domains. It helps in breaking down and explaining piece by piece what the suggested command will do. To use GitHub Copilot CLI, you must have access to GitHub Copilot. It should basically work broadly across platforms, terminals and shells, but has a bias towards zsh on Linux. Minimum Node Version required is 16.0.0 or later. To install setup alias convenience commands, run the command: eval $(github-copilot-cli alias -- $0). All three modes of GitHub Copilot CLI work in the same way. Explanations are also provided to understand what the suggested command will do.

Link [ https://www.npmjs.com/package/@githubnext/github-copilot-cli ]

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GitHub Copilot CLI: A CLI experience for letting GitHub Copilot help you on the command line

2023-04-13

GitHub Copilot CLI is a CLI experience that translates natural language into shell commands, with modes for different domains. It helps in breaking down and explaining piece by piece what the suggested command will do. To use GitHub Copilot CLI, you must have access to GitHub Copilot. It should basically work broadly across platforms, terminals and shells, but has a bias towards zsh on Linux. Minimum Node Version required is 16.0.0 or later. To install setup alias convenience commands, run the command: eval $(github-copilot-cli alias -- $0). All three modes of GitHub Copilot CLI work in the same way. Explanations are also provided to understand what the suggested command will do.

Link [ https://www.npmjs.com/package/@githubnext/github-copilot-cli ]

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