ripgrep is a line-oriented search tool that recursively searches the current directory for a regex pattern. By default, ripgrep will respect gitignore rules and automatically skip hidden files/directories and binary files…
UI for Tailscale.
This application uses root privileges to run as this is needed to start tailscale with root privileges. This is a security risk!
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Source code o…
SeaAiNetic, An OpenAI client, generated by OpenAI
SeaAiNetic is a quick December development project built on the [hype](https://stackoverflow.com/help/gpt-policy) of [OpenAI](https://beta.openai.com) and AI generated content altogether. The goal was to “fully” develop a Sailfish OS app using only OpenAI. I failed to do so and had to make some adjustments, this can also be due to the instructions I gave to OpenAI, which might not be the best ones.
Something I learned from doing this was “how to explain in details what I wanted” . If I were to do that again I would put more time in designing the pseudo code of the app before asking the AI about it.
You can read the instructions in the codeberg README.md file (https://codeberg.org/deepfish/harbour-openai/src/branch/master/README.md). I hope this code might be useful for new developers, this is why I asked OpenAI to explain the code. I left the comments from OpenAI on purpose. It’s also important to note that the AI uses data from 2021 which influences the code output, for example, the API url in 2021 was different than the one in 2022, that’s why I had to specify it.
You are limited to three requests with my API key. Although you can remove this limit in the code, if you have the knowledge to do so, please consider instead setting your API key it in the app. It’s shorter to create an account with OpenAI than recompiling the app (and others can use it too).</pre>