Re: Re: Google Mathematica code search
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- Subject: [mg70210] Re: [mg70180] Re: Google Mathematica code search
- From: Fred Meinberg <fredm at wolfram.com>
- Date: Sat, 7 Oct 2006 07:08:25 -0400 (EDT)
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As Chris mentions in his posting to the Code Search discussion group
Wolfram Research has a notebook indexer for Google's Desktop search:
We've contacted Google to start collaborating in making this technology
part of their Code Search feature.
Fred Meinberg -- Wolfram Research
Chris Chiasson wrote:
> here is the thread
> On 10/5/06, Chris Chiasson <chris at chiasson.name> wrote:
>> Google's notebook search results are currently returning the raw
>> notebook structure. I made a thread about this in the Google Code
>> Search discussion group (to which Google might actually respond since
>> the product is in Google Labs and was just launched). I am hoping
>> someone from WRI will provide Google with the technology to strip away
>> the notebook structure, because unless it's a palette, the notebook
>> structure isn't the "source code". This could really help your users.
>> Think about it, please?
>> On 10/5/06, Chris Chiasson <chris at chiasson.name> wrote:
>>> Google code search came out today. It has an operator that allows
>>> users to restrict the domain to Mathematica code. It allows regular
>>> expressions in the search string. I was able to locate code in .m
>>> files in my Google code project. I was able to locate code in .nb
>>> files on the Internet.
>>> the relevant operator is:
>>> here is the website:
>>> This would be a good search to add to the SetFaceAndFont2 pallette.
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