[Baypiggies] My search engine for Python source code

Glen Jarvis glen at glenjarvis.com
Mon Jan 11 23:37:45 CET 2010

I just looked at this. I really like the idea that you do code suggestion.
For example, just to test, I typed: os.path.... and at this point, I saw
quite a few solutions to choose from.

The actual results, seem big on the page, however, compared to Google's code
search (I compared os.path.abspath on both):


I've not really used either of these tools much (as I should) since I
usually just google the phrase I'm looking for generally and get to the
documentation. There are times I just want quick examples, so this can be
very helpful.

Either way, thank you for sharing your work.. And, again, the 'suggest' that
I get is a very nice touch if I don't remember exactly what I'm looking



On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 8:56 PM, Purui Wang <puruiw at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I wrote a search engine for python source code. It helps you find samples
> from open source projects. It understands python syntax, and can find
> samples that other engines can't find.
> Please take a look and send me a feed back.
> http://nullege.com
> - Purui
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