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Search By Language and License #

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Can’t remember where I saw this. Koders is a search engine which indexes source code and arranges it by project. It’s come in handy a few times this week:

  1. When searching for API functions: StringValue, STR2CSTR, rb_ary_new4, you get the picture.
  2. Extensions to Ruby builtins: String, Array, Hash.
  3. Once you find a source file, you can click on the name of its project (listed under its citation) and get a nice project browser. Estimated cost of Vim development: $2,398,200.

It only seems to search Savannah, Sourceforge, the major repositories. So, if you’re on Rubyforge, just submit your project here.

said on 22 Jan 2005 at 17:58


said on 23 Jan 2005 at 04:14

actually, I tried suggesting them to integrate rubyforge in their search engine, the feedback page is here, go do the same thing ;)

said on 23 Jan 2005 at 11:11

If you wanna use the search engine for yours only, you should check gonzui (screenshots). The author, Satoru Takabayashi(products), is one of the most great hackers in Japan.

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