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Google Code Search and Delphi

Author: Bob Swart
Posted: 10/20/2006 1:52:32 PM (GMT+1)

Google Code Search is a new feature of Google that helps us find code snippets by language, license or filename. The list of languages now also includes Pascal as well as Delphi (although it's easy to see that Delphi was added after the initial list was made, since for some reason it's not placed between C# and Eifel, but rather between Erlang and Fortran. I guess we Delphi developers should teach Google a thing or two about the proper alphabetical order, but at least we should be pleased that both Delphi and Pascal are now listed in the first place.

Google Code Search results are available via the Google Data API as a GData/XML feed, and this sounds like a nice plug-in for BDS or Turbo Delphi (the Professional edition, since the Explorer edition cannot host IDE plugins of course).

FWIW, in order to add code snippets to the Google Code Search, we can use a special form.


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