Codase For Seeking Open Source Code

Codase is a new search engine designed
to let you seek open source code. It apparently understand code as code, rather
than text. If you deal with code, that probably sounds great to you. Check it
out, and a few more details below from what they sent:

Codase is a new kind of search service for open source code. Rather than
treating code as text, Codase understands programming languages, and treats
code as code, the way it’s supposed to be. This unique and syntax-aware
approach provides the most accurate and detailed search results with fine
granularity levels of controls. With Codase, developers can search functions,
classes, strings, constants, macros, comments and other programming language
constructs.

Codase hosts huge amount of open source codes providing a much better
coverage, as it covers codes usually hidden inside compressed files and source
control repositories, where general search engines fail to find and index. In
addition, Codase only indexes and searches high quality codes with every line
of code literally validated and compiled by intelligent and powerful source
code analysis engine.

This initial alpha release focuses mainly on Linux C/C++ code. Future
releases will address other programming languages and platforms.

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