Google Announced an update of Cloud Source Repositories, a recently renewed Git-based source code repository. This new search feature is based on the same tools that our engineers use everyday. It is currently available in the beta version of the Cloud Source Repository.
If you are waiting for a while on the Internet, you probably should remember Google Code Search. Code search allows you to search open source code on the Internet. Unfortunately, Google closed this page in 2012. But this new feature is not the same. It can only search your own code or only for other people's code of your company. You can use regular expressions and other advanced search functions as fast as Google searches.
Google insists that local code searches are not very efficient and insists on searching for old code frequently.
As Google also shows, GitHub and Bitbucket code can be duplicated in the Cloud Source repository. I do not do enough to do so in order for many developers to get advanced search tools, but Google can attract more users to that platform. This is almost ignored in the taste-based ecosystem. . From GitHub.
"The ability to search all repositories in a cloud source repository with a single query is one of the big advantages," Russell Wolf, product manager for cloud source repositories, said in today's announcement. You can get the answers you need quickly and quickly, even for small weekend projects or code bases as large as Google.
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