Malcolm Wallace Malcolm.Wallace at cs.york.ac.uk
Tue Nov 7 03:47:01 EST 2006

Seth Kurtzberg <seth at cql.com> writes:

> > how about searching code that's outside of the standard library?  Hoogle
> > doesn't seem to know about HaXml, or haskelldb for example (maybe I am
> > missing something obvious)
> You want to distinguish between capabilities, and the fact that the
> database for hoogle may not include all the data that is available.
> If the issue is only the availability of the data, perhaps the best
> option is to add the data to hoogle.

Don't forget that, as well as a web engine, Hoogle is also a
command-line tool.  You can download it, and populate its database with
all (and exactly) the libraries you have installed.


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