Chat with GPT from the terminal, and let it execute shell scripts and perform tasks for you. What could go wrong?
The reason I'm publishing this is that it is extremely useful to me, so I decided to share. Tools like AutoGPT are too heavy and autonomous, and copying contents from ChatGPT web into the command line is cumbersome. ChatSH lets you use ChatGPT directly from the terminal and execute commands suggested by it, making it an extremely powerful productivity tool, even though it is just a thin wrapper around the GPT API.
- Install with
npm install -g chatsh
- Add your OpenAI Token to
echo "YOUR_OPENAI_TOKEN" > ~/.config/openai.token
- Call ChatSH:
chatsh # using gpt-3.5-turbo chatsh 4 # using gpt-4
- Ask it to do something:
v@v ~/vic/dev/kindex$ chatsh 4 Welcome to ChatSH. Model: gpt-4 $ list all files below this directory that include Nat on its name # Find all files below the current directory that include "Nat" in their name find . -type f -iname "*Nat*" EXECUTE? [y/n]y ./Fin/to_nat.kind2 ./Parser/alternative.kind2 ./U60/to_nat.kind2 ./Bits/to_nat.kind2 ./U120/to_nat.kind2
I think this should be obvious but since I've published it - always read carefully before executing a command. There is a reason there is a confirmation message. GPT could output anything, including commands that do serious harm to your system by accident. You're responsible for checking your commands. You've been warned!