Ever lost hours debugging what seemed like a trivial problem? Or felt the drag of tedious code changes that could easily be automated?
This VSCode extension uses AI to write code and proactively suggests fixes to errors.
How it works
Describe your intentions in a comment. Watch the tool automatically adjusts the code across multiple files.
This extension automatically searches GitHub and the wider Internet to provide you with potential solutions to errors, exceptions, crashes, panics, and bugs that appear in your code. It runs in the background watching your development process.
Add a comment with your task like this: // @task split the function below into a helper and the main function, move helper to a new file
Click Run @task to start
Cancel at any moment by clicking the Cancel button in the bottom right corner of VSCode
To undo changes per file simply use Cmd+z on Mac and Ctrl+z on Windows
To edit multiple files, make sure they are opened as tabs and include @tabs in your comment
New Add a file .task.md extension to add custom instructions such as style guidelines
New Include @errors to provide context for compile errors and fix them in bulk
[Beta] How to search for errors
The extension analyzes your application's stderr and stdout in real time to detect issues. Once an error or issue is found, it proactively searches for solutions or relevant GitHub issues to help you resolve it.
You don't need to trigger the search manually. As you work, the extension operates quietly in the background, and will show you the results when it finds something relevant to your errors.
In the case this becomes a company your shares will be determined using LLM value scoring of your commit history, on the same terms as anyone elses who contributed. The algorithm is not set in stone this is a pinky promise (known to be more reliable than any other contract) to implement it at some point. Equity splitting
Reach out if you are interested in contributing and want to get a more concrete idea of how this will work. There will likely be a pool dedicated for all contributors, something around 20% of the total equity.
:warning: License restricting commercial distribution: This project currently uses Business Source License 1.1. I currently don't know where I want to take this project, so I'm using this license for the time being to protect it from people/companies freely taking code from it and making money off of it. If you want to use this project for commercial purposes, please contact me by email in my github profile or though discord. I can give you a commercial license for free, or licence a piece of code you are interested in specifically. I'm open to other suggestions as well.
Open the project in VSCode and open debug view (Ctrl+Shift+D).
To run the extension: Then select Sandbox and press F5 or hit play.
To run tests: Then select Tests and press F5 or hit play. If you only want to run a single test suite, within the test suite files use mocha suite.only or test.only