Gorilla AI

Hello everyone,

Have You tried Gorilla AI?

% gorilla generate hello world gen_server in elixir language
🦍  mix new hello_world && cd hello_world && mkdir lib && touch lib/hello_world.ex && echo 'defmodule HelloWorl
   use GenServer

   def start_link do
     GenServer.start_link(__MODULE__, :ok)

   def init(:ok) do
     {:ok, "Hello, World!"}

   def handle_cast(:hello, message) do
     {:noreply, message}
 end' >> lib/hello_world.ex && mix compile && iex -S mix
* creating README.md
* creating .formatter.exs
* creating .gitignore
* creating mix.exs
* creating lib
* creating lib/hello_world.ex
* creating test
* creating test/test_helper.exs
* creating test/hello_world_test.exs

Your Mix project was created successfully.
You can use "mix" to compile it, test it, and more:

    cd hello_world
    mix test

Run "mix help" for more commands.

I am impressed by the result.

PS: I am not related to this AI, even we have the same name :slight_smile:

gorilla generate a 2 stage dockerfile for an Elixir Phoenix app using a debian based Elixir 1.15 image

Not so good…

FROM elixir:1.15-slim AS builder
COPY . .
RUN mix do deps.get, compile
FROM debian:stretch
COPY --from=builder /app/_build/prod/rel/my_app .
CMD ["./bin/my_app"]
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I guess we can use it to generate hello world example, but anything more complex is not yet ready

% gorilla create a lfe hello world
🦍  echo '(defun hello-world () (io:format "Hello, World~n"))' > hello_world.lfe && lfe hello_world.lfe
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