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gonzui

gonzui is a source code search engine for accelerating open source software development. In the open source software development, programmers frequently refer to source code written by others. The project's goal is to help programmers develop programs effectively by creating a source code search engine that covers vast quantities of open source codes available on the Internet.

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  •  04 Jul 2005 15:53

    Release Notes: Objective Caml's source code is now supported. Brainfuck's source code is now supported. The RPM spec file format is now supported. Some small bugs have been fixed.

    •  11 Apr 2005 17:22

      Release Notes: Shell's source code is now supported (beta). JavaScript (gonzui.js) has been modified for supporting Safari. Some small bugs have been fixed. Some tests have been added.

      •  29 Mar 2005 15:20

        Release Notes: The LangScan::CSS module has been reimplemented. Some other small enhancements have been made. Some small bugs have been fixed.

        •  17 Mar 2005 17:50

          Release Notes: Importing from a CVS repository is now supported. Importing from a Subversion repository is now supported. SRPM extraction has improved. Some small bugs have been fixed.

          •  06 Mar 2005 07:12

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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