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codesearch - Indexed regular expression-based search - Google Project Hosting
Code Search is a tool for indexing and then performing regular expression searches over large bodies of source code. It is a set of command-line programs written in Go. Binary downloads are available for those who do not have Go installed.

For background and an overview of the commands, see Regular Expression Matching with a Trigram Index.

(by the devs behind the shutdown google code search)
google  code  search  codesearch  Go  SearchEngine  project  opensource  indexing  Regex  Regexp  RegularExpression  Regexps  RegularExpressions  Trigram  TrigramIndex  RussCox 
july 2013 by rafaeldff
Bell Labs and CSP Threads
This page is a slice of the history of concurrent programming, focusing on one particular lineage of Hoare's language of communicating sequential processes (CSP) [1] [1a]. Concurrent programming in this style is interesting for reasons not of efficiency but of clarity. That is, it is a widespread mistake to think only of concurrent programming as a means to increase performance, e.g., to overlap disk I/O requests, to reduce latency by prefetching results to expected queries, or to take advantage of multiple processors. Such advantages are important but not relevant to this discussion. After all, they can be realized in other styles, such as asynchronous event-driven programming. Instead, we are interested in concurrent programming because it provides a natural abstraction that can make some programs much simpler.
CSP  Hoare  C.A.R.Hoare  PiCalculus  concurrency  concurrent  programming  thread  theading  threads  Inferno  Plan9  Aleph  Squeak  Newsqueak  DougMcIlroy  Pan  Promela  Alef  Limbo  Libthread  Go  GoogleGo  language  languages  systems  SystemsProgramming  RobPike  history  BellLabs 
april 2012 by rafaeldff

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