Google Crawls Into Source-Code Search
giovanni at corriga.net
Sun Oct 8 13:00:32 UTC 2006
Il giorno dom, 08/10/2006 alle 13.45 +0200, Philippe Marschall ha
> 2006/10/8, Giovanni Corriga <giovanni at corriga.net>:
> > Il giorno sab, 07/10/2006 alle 12.17 +0200, Philippe Marschall ha
> > scritto:
> > > continuation lang:smalltalk site:squeaksource.com
> > > but it looks like site is not implemented (and mcz are not indexed) so
> > > it doesn't work.
> > >
> > > But considering the amout of code available at SqueakSource, most
> > > matches probably will be from there anyway (once it's implemented).
> > >
> > > But I think we could play dirty little tricks. List the mcz files as
> > > zip too in the listing....
> > > .... now that I think about it .... ;)
> > What about sending a mail to the Google Code team
> Did that but you have to be realistic.
> > and working with them?
> How should that work? Submit a patch? Get a job at Google?
While the last option is enticing (provided you don't end up working
with Steve Yegge), just telling them that a .mcz is a zip under disguise
could be enough.
After all, they are the one interested in indexing as much code as they
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