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Understanding AI for coders: Tabnine (your alternative to GitHub Copilot)
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Jun 2022
For my curiosity, https://www.tabnine.com/code/java/classes/com.google.gson.Js... says it was taken from https://github.com/Vedenin/useful-java-links/tree/master/hel... which Tabnine annotates as "license: other" (it's actually CC-BY-SA-4.0 <https://github.com/Vedenin/useful-java-links/blob/1f4278c9ad...>) but (a) does Tabnine not know about CC licenses? (b) how is the downstream user (i.e. the person accepting said snippet completion) supposed to interpret "license: other" without doing the same research I just did?
That story gets even weirder with the 3rd link on that page whose license is also "other" but this time the "view source" link goes to https://www.tabnine.com/web/assistant/code/rs/5c781237e70f87... . I find that weird for at least two reasons: (a) it clearly says "This snippet was taken from github" and has a GitHub style "org/repo" nomenclature, but doesn't link to the actual repo (b) at the very top of that file is the boilerplate Apache 2.0 license header
Finally, one should be very cautious about ever linking to "master" URLs, since the branch can get nuked if the repo owner decides to go with the "master to main" rename, it can lead the user to a copy of the file that is almost guaranteed not to be the same sha as the one Tabnine indexed, and related to that the repo can undergo a license change (FOSS to BSL is a very common one) leading to some complicated discussions6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Jun 2022
There's a standard GitHub uses for license files (which must be at the root of the repo) which fills in the "license" field on the right column of the repo. If the standard isn't met then the link just says "View license". I imagine TabNine is pulling the license from the GitHub API.
When master branch is renamed to main, GitHub redirects any old links. https://github.com/github/renaming#renaming-existing-branche...
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