Google Opens Code Search For Angular, Dart, TensorFlow And More


Google has announced the launch of Code Search for its popular open source projects — Angular, Bazel, Dart, ExoPlayer, Firebase SDK, Flutter, Go, gVisor, Kythe, Nomulus, Outline, and Tensorflow.

As Kris Hildrum of Google’s Code Search Team puts it, “Code Search is one of Google’s most popular internal tools, and now we have a version (same binary, different flags) targeted to open source communities.” Googlers get a rich code browsing experience. For example, the blame button shows which user last changed each line and you can display history on the same page as the file contents. It supports a powerful search language and, for some repositories, cross-references.

[Source: TFiR]