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GitHub Copilot for Sublime Text 4 is coming?

#1

Hello everyone, I hope you are very well, I apologize if I am posting in the wrong place.

GitHub Colpilot
Are there plans to implement GitHub Copilot to Sublime Text 4 at some point? It’s been a long time since its BETA version

I sincerely hope that they implement it as quickly as possible.
Greetings!

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#2

Unofficial https://github.com/TheSecEng/LSP-copilot

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#3

This is an unofficial plugin of Github Copilot for Sublime Text.

FAQs:

What is this?

an AI code assistant like TabNine or Kite.

Is it free?

The plugin is free. Copilot requires you to pay a subscription to use the service. You do get a 60 day free trial.

Why make this plugin?

Copilot is available on Visual Studio, Neovim, VS Code and JetBrains IDE’s. Also making a official plugin for Sublime Text is not in Github’s plans.

Summary:

  1. It’s a Work-in-progress
  2. Requires Node.js installed
  3. Requires the Sublime-LSP plugin
  4. Report issues on github
  5. Community support on the Sublime Text Discord / LSP channel

Installation

  1. Git clone the repo or download the zip by clicking the green code button.
  2. Place the folder inside the Sublime Text Packages Directory.

OR

  1. Press Control + Shift + p in Sublime Text to open the command palette.
  2. Type Add Repository, press Enter to add the following repo and press Enter.
  3. Open the command palette again and type install package. Type lsp-copilot and press Enter.

Usage

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#4

Just perfect, I hope they keep improving this plugin enough to compete against any other plugin from other code editors.

keep improving please <3

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#5

I am not using it (and most probably won’t), but out of interest, what are you missing?

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#7

Yeah, I saw this issue. Didn’t investigate on how relevant the open points are for usual end users, that’s why I asked. In other words: The state of the plugin.

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#8

The main feature has been done. So I think most people should be happy with it right now. :smiley:

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#9

Now it’s on Package Control. https://packagecontrol.io/packages/LSP-copilot

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