I’m a big fan of GitHub Copilot, and I use it all the time in VS Code and NeoVim for assisted programming and documentation writing. Recently, I was inspired by the command line output of Copilot-X, so I decided to build my own command line program that produces similar output.
My program is called AOK (all ok), and it’s based on the OpenAI GPT-3.5 Chat completion API.
AOK is still under development, but I’m really happy with how it’s turned out so far. It’s a great way to get help with programming, and it can save you a lot of time.
If you’re interested in trying AOK, the code is available on GitHub. https://github.com/kotharthar/aok
Here are some additional details about AOK:
- The system prompt is optimized to be sensitive to certain keywords to produce concise output like in Copilot-X command line output.
- The system prompt baseline is about 250 tokens and output is limited to 512 tokens, the total is kept under 1000 tokens.
- It is estimated to be about 2 cents per 10 queries.
- The program does not keep the chat history or store it in a file.
The system prompt is designed to be sensitive to the followings;
How toare used to generate a command code example and explanation.
Explainare used to generate a definition and explanation.
Sample codeare used to generate a code example in a specified language and explanation.
step by stepare used to generate a numbered list of step-by-step guide.
Summarizeare used to generate a summary of the input text or code.
- If there is no specific instruction in the input, it will summarize the input text or code.
I hope you find AOK helpful!
Example usage video as follows: