Nix, the purely functional package manager
hey, have you ever heard about https://nixos.org ?
The main issue seems to be that it can only generate short snippets at a time, due to some maximum output size, and it does start to forget (likely due to a limit in the prompt size) bits and pieces of the program that is being developed. But if you focus on single methods and occasionally refresh the prompt with the state of the current program, you should be able to write relatively complex programs. Provided that you can also debug the program while its being written ... Now, I did perhaps give GPT too many clues in my feedback in how to fix the bugs it created. It would be interesting to see how someone with less experience in a language would fair with ChatGPT.
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