A night with ...

... , I discovered new services that I had no idea. There were foreign to me tonight services: , , , , , and I think it would be but I'm sure they are known to most people interested in Web.
Tonight I came across:

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A dedicated webmaster / coder that allows searching public source code.

regexp
Search for a regular expression
{go} gle 2 hello, world ^ Int printk

"exact string"
Search for exact string
"Compiler happy"

file:regexp
Search only in files or directories matching regexp
file: .js $ XMLHttpRequest file: include / ioctl
file: /usr/sys/ken/slp.c “You are not expected to understand this.”

package:regexp
Search packages with matching names regexp.
(A package's name is ITS URL or CVS server information.)
Package: perl Frodo Package: linux-2.6 int printk

lang:regexp
Search only for programs matching Written in languages regexp
lang: lisp xml lang: "c + +" sprintf. *% s

license:regexp
Search only for files with licenses matching regexp.
License: BSD int printf -License: GPL heapsort

These were some examples and more about Code Search, .

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Site that are available to developers source code of projects and a list of developed by .

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I know, I know ... but it's not a Google service is an add-on I've found super helpful. Does nothing more than to transform space and a Gmail account's FTP. Yes, exactly. Can you upload videos, photos, music and any limited space of personal box. Logged, it will appear as an email received in your Inbox.

This extension allows you to use your Gmail Space (2 GB) for file storage. It acts as a remote machine. You can transfer files between your hard drive and gmail. Your gmail account looks like an FTP host and you can upload and download your fileAfter you install, you get an option called “GSpace” in your “tools” menu by clicking on which opens the window for transfer of files/folders.

More details about Gspace . Screenshots on here ...

A night with ...

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Passionate about everything that means gadget and IT, I am pleased to write on stealthsettings.com from 2006 and I love to discover new things about computers and macOS, Linux operating systems, Windows, iOS and Android.

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