BashSenpai is a command-line tool that brings the power of the BashSenpai API to your terminal. It allows you to ask questions and receive informative responses related to shell scripting, making it a valuable resource for both beginners and experienced users.
We maintain up-to-date packages for the following Operating Systems and Linux distributions:
To use the BashSenpai CLI, you first need to login to the Senpai service. You will need your personal API token, which you can get from your Dashboard. The login command is used for this purpose and it takes no extra arguments:
To use BashSenpai, run the following command:
The prompt argument represents the question or a special command you want to execute. BashSenpai will send the prompt to the BashSenpai API and display the response in your terminal.
This command changes the persona of BashSenpai to an angry pirate, adding a fun twist to the responses. You are not limited to a certain list of characters and can write anything you want here. Our smartly-designed backend API with multi-level prompts and instructions makes sure all crazy ideas can integrate nicely with the core functionality of the tool.
This command sends the question to the BashSenpai API and displays an informative and well-formatted response.
Please check our Roadmap section for new and planned features as we develop the configuration options. We are committed to making BashSenpai user-friendly, flexible and easily-configurable and we value your initial feedback. If you have any suggestions or feature requests, don't hesitate to use the appropriate tools provided by GitHub to share your thoughts with us.
If at any time you need to understand the available commands and how to use them, you can type senpai -h or senpai --help.