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Galois Autocompleter

Galois Autocompleter

Version Twitter: iedmrc

An autocompleter for code editors based on OpenAI GPT-2.

🏠 Homepage

Galois is an auto code completer for code editors (or any text editor) based on OpenAI GPT-2. It is trained (finetuned) on a curated list of approximately 45K Python (~470MB) files gathered from the Github. Currently, it just works properly on Python but not bad at other languages (thanks to GPT-2's power).

This repository now contains the very first release of the Galois Project. With this project, I aim to create a Deep Learning Based Autocompleter such that anyone can run it on their own computer easily. Thus, coding will be more easier and fun!

Galois demo GIF

Installation

With Docker

Either clone the repository and build the image from docker file or directly run the following command:

docker run --rm -dit -p 3030:3030 iedmrc/galois-autocompleter:latest-gpu

P.S: CPU image is not available on the Docker Hub at the moment so if you want to run it on CPU rather than GPU, clone the repository and build the image as follows:

docker build --build-arg TENSORFLOW_VERSION=1.14.0-py3 -t iedmrc/galois-autocompleter:latest .

Without Docker

Clone the repository:

git clone https://github.com/iedmrc/galois-autocompleter

Download the latest model from releases and uncompress it into the directory:

curl -SL https://github.com/iedmrc/galois-autocompleter/releases/latest/download/model.tar.xz | tar -xJC ./galois-autocompleter

Install dependencies:

pip3 install -r requirements.txt

P.S.: Be sure that you have tensorflow version >= 1.13

Run the autocompleter:

python3 main.py

Usage

Currently, there are no extensions for code editors. You can use it through HTTP. When you run the main.py, it will serve an HTTP (flask) server. Then you can easily make a POST request to the http://localhost:3030/ with the some JSON body like the following:

{text: "your python code goes here"}

An example curl command:

curl -X POST \
  http://localhost:3030/autocomplete \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  -d '{"text":"import os\nimport sys\n# Count lines of codes in the given directory, separated by file extension.\ndef main(directory):\n  line_count = {}\n  for filename in os.listdir(directory):\n    _, ext = os.path.splitext(filename)\n    if ext not"}'

Check out the gist here for a docker-compose file.

Finetuning The Model

Even you can finetune (re-train over) the model with/for your code files. Just follow the Max Woolf's gpt-2-simple or Neil Shepperd's gpt-2 repositories with 345M version. But don't forget to replace checkpoint (model) with the one in this repository.

You can train it on the Google Colaboratory for free. But if you need a production-grade (i.e. more accurate) one then you may need to train it for more longer time. In my case, it took ~48 hours on a P100 GPU.

Planned Works

  • Train the model to predict in most common programming languages.
  • Create extensions for most common code editors to use galois as an autocompleter.
  • Create a new, more lightweight but powerful model such that anyone can run it in their computer easily.

Contribution

Contributions are welcome. Feel free to create an issue or a pull request.

Author

👤 Ibrahim Ethem DEMIRCI

Twitter: @iedmrc | Github: @iedmrc | Patreon: @iedmrc

Ibrahim's open-source projects are supported by his Patreon. If you found this project helpful, any monetary contributions to the Patreon are appreciated and will be put to good creative use.

License

It is licensed under MIT License as found in the LICENSE file.

Disclaimer

This repo has no affiliation or relationship with OpenAI.

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