code search

  • Ohloh Wants to Fill the Gap Left by Google Code Search

    Ohloh Wants to Fill the Gap Left by Google Code Search

    I wrote last week that GitHub is the Library of Alexandria of code. That’s not quite accurate since there are still many important open source projects hosted else where, including other repositories like Sourceforge as well as open source foundations like the Apache. Google Code Search, introduced in 2006 was meant to make it easy to search for open source code no matter where… Read More

  • Google Now Displaying Code Search Results

    Google Now Displaying Code Search Results

    Starting today Google has integrated results from Code Search as snippets in the main search results page. Code Search was launched by Google in October of 2005 as a seperate vertical search property. As the name suggests, Code Search indexes and parses source code on the web and provides users a simple but flexible search and repository browsing interface. For a Google property such as… Read More