[noob] [update] codesynth, my current project
gmkarl at gmail.com
Tue Aug 24 10:00:47 PDT 2021
# free source code generator
I bounce from project to project.
My most recent is a simple python package for easing access to language
models that can automatically generate source code.
It's at https://github.com/xloem/codesynth/tree/wip . The wip branch
contains some crash fixes that were caused by typos, but I haven't merged
it yet because I haven't tested it to fix newly introduced typos.
It can generate code now, though:
# add a few lines of code to file.py
python3 extend.py --model eleuther_demo file.py
Language models work by predicting what will be said next, based on the
words already said.
I think it would be cool to integrate it into a semantenic completion
engine, to make it easier to write software. You could hit tab to complete
entire functions, etc.
There are a couple existing systems to do that, and some are free (don't
remember them offhand except for microsoft copilot) but they are
I'm hoping by doing this to share the work I do for my struggle to be
productive, with everybody else, as far as I can.
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