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Replying to npub1xv8mzsc
GPT-4 is very capable, the resulting bash scripts work well about 95% of the time. However there are often subtle bugs or edge cases that aren’t handled unless you explicitly tell it to look out for them. After a few iterations of adding extra details to handle edge cases you can get something very high quality. Results are much worse on open source LLMs but they’re catching up quickly.
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Replying to npub1aghreq2 and npub1x458tl7
It’s actually valid semver during 0.x.x releases. https://semver.org/#spec-item-4 Technically according to spec you can do anything during 0.x.x releases but it’s common convention to push the meanings across one place so: - 0.5.3 > 0.6.0 = major bump - 0.5.3 > 0.5.4 = minor bump - No way to define a patch bump This is the convention we’ve been following since initial launch of 0.1.0.
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