Introducing Codase - the first powerful syntax-aware source code search engine

Discussion in 'C++' started by Huihong, Sep 10, 2005.

  1. Huihong

    Huihong Guest

    Please check out our newly released source code search engine here,
    http://www.codase.com

    e.g., search socket method call,
    http://www.codase.com/search/call?name=socket&owner=&lang=*&type=&parameters=&obj=

    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, one 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.

    Huihong
    Codase, Inc.
    Huihong, Sep 10, 2005
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  2. Huihong

    Huihong Guest

    In case it's too abstract, here are some sample searches:

    (1) find code that invokes any methods of qstring of Qt, which returns
    10706 files
    http://www.codase.com/search/call?n...h&type=&parameters=&nparams=-1&obj=&constant=

    (2) find any code invokes fopen, with constant SEEK_SET
    http://www.codase.com/search/call?n...parameters=&nparams=-1&obj=&constant=SEEK_SET

    Overall, our search engine is very useful if you have ideas on which
    API to use, what kind of class, etc.
    it will only return code for you to study.
    Huihong, Sep 12, 2005
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