Re: Re: Re: Google Mathematica code search
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- Subject: [mg70227] Re: [mg70210] Re: [mg70180] Re: Google Mathematica code search
- From: Murray Eisenberg <murray at math.umass.edu>
- Date: Sun, 8 Oct 2006 02:04:32 -0400 (EDT)
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The Wolfram web site has Version 1.1 of the Notebook Indexer that seems
to be more recent than what's listed on the Google site (0.1 beta),
although the link "More ino about this plug-in" on the Google page you
cite takes one to the Wolfram version 1.1 page.
Fred Meinberg wrote:
> 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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