[squeak-dev] Google for Squeak Source Codes
casey.obrien.r at gmail.com
Mon Feb 28 18:03:15 UTC 2011
Awesome! This is something that I've been thinking about ever since the first time I watched a progress bar crawl across the screen after choosing to search all source code for a string.
Of particular value, I think, would be a "front end agnostic" search API, that doesn't know anything about the UI that might present it, can be queried from a workspace, etc. This because there are a lot of ways to present search functionality to users. With a nicely decoupled API, one could wrap it with WebServer and put it online, etc, which could be really lovely for folks looking for documentation.
On Feb 27, 2011, at 5:28 AM, Zhe-Xi Lim <limzhexi at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I am implementing a miniature version of Google to facilitate the searching
> on source codes in Squeak. I had been able to construct an index which
> contains all the keywords of source codes in Squeak. Next, I will develop an
> algorithm to improve the efficiency to search all these keywords in the
> index and then a simple search UI will be there to provide code searching
> facility to all Squeak users.
> Zhe Xi
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