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Subtext and Koders.com

Jan 14 2009

By Steve Patterson

Subtext is an interesting addition to the CMS community although I am not sure of its benefit over a Wordpress or a DotNetNuke which appear to have a larger user base or more plugins, modules, and skins available.

What interested me more was Koders.com which is a search engine of open source software projects on the net. From the discussion during the show, the engine attempts to find all Subversion repositories on the web and index the code within those repositories. I have only begun to investigate the ability to find code of interest, but the concept could make finding development solution ideals much easier for the everyday programmer.

They also provide a script to install on your site for searching source code with their engine:

I came across a great post on the ZamaZ Cool Blog where a listing of 7 different code searches is provided. Take a look at the different services available: http://zamaz.wordpress.com/2008/12/09/7codes/

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