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Usar o GitHub Copilot na CLI

Você pode usar Copilot com GitHub CLI para obter sugestões e explicações para a linha de comando.

Prerequisites

If you have access to GitHub Copilot via your organization or enterprise, you cannot use Copilot in the CLI if your organization owner or enterprise administrator has disabled Copilot in the CLI. See "Managing policies and features for Copilot in your organization."

Getting command explanations

To ask Copilot in the CLI to explain a command, run gh copilot explain followed by the command that you want explained. For example:

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gh copilot explain "sudo apt-get"

Getting command suggestions

To ask Copilot in the CLI to suggest a command, run gh copilot suggest followed by the command that you want. For example:

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gh copilot suggest "Undo the last commit"

Copilot in the CLI will start an interactive session to get more information about what you want.

If you choose the Execute command option after Copilot in the CLI suggests a command, Copilot in the CLI will copy the command to your clipboard and exit the interactive session. Then you can manually paste the command into your CLI.

If you want Copilot in the CLI to be able to execute commands on your behalf, you must set up the ghcs alias. See "Configuring GitHub Copilot in the CLI."

Sharing feedback

To send feedback to GitHub about the quality of a suggestion, select the Rate response option in Copilot in the CLI.

You can also open an issue in the Copilot in the CLI extension repository.

Further reading