The Boston Diaries

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Saturday, Debtember 02, 2006

Searching for code

Search engine…
Sat, 2 Dec 2006 13:15:15 -0500 (EST)

Hey Sean,

I had 5 minutes to myself this month from work and found, a code-search engine.

Ever hear of it? Worth blogging about?

Nope, I haven't heard of that particular one (and I tried it, pretty sweet), but I have heard of a few other ones, such as koders, Programming Langauge Research Engine and even Google's Code Search.

Now, Programming Language Research Engine is based upon Google Co-op, which allows you to make a highly targetted search engine—I wonder how many of the other source code engines are based upon that?

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