Google Code Search

Google Code Search is now live — it gives programmers a single place to search publicly accessible source code. It includes: Support for precise searches using regular expressions Restricts by language, license, or filename with advanced operators A search index that includes billions of lines of code Code Search crawls and indexes publicly hosted archives (.tar.gz, .tar.bz2, .tar, and .zip) and CVS and Subversion repositories, making them searchable in one place. Results are also accessible via a GData feed, which we hope people will use to create plugins for their favorite editors and IDEs.

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