Google Releases Source-Code Browsing Tool
The search company's new offering is part of Google Code's project hosting feature.Google is releasing a new source-code browsing tool. In a blog post March 15, Jason Robbins, a member of the Google Open Source Team, said the company launched the tool as part of Google Code's project hosting feature. "This new tool makes it easy to navigate through a project's Subversion repository. Key features include: fast directory browsing tree, syntax highlighting, history of changes and easy-to-read diffs," Robbins said.
In his own blog post of March 15, Dion Almaer, also a developer at Google and co-founder of Ajaxian.com, said the new offering "feels fast, and uses jQuery to flip around in short order, jumping through the revisions of your system, expanding into new directories, etc."