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Grails Resources - Google Custom Search Engine

From: Jean B.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 4, 2009 1:06 PM
Hey Guys,

In my grails work, I have to do a lot of searching through forums and documentation. 

I remembered something provided to be very useful when I worked with Alfresco (open source CMS).  I put together a Google Custom Search engine that allowed to search through most of the popular sites (i.e. forums, docs, wikis, etc). 

So I put together a Google Custom Search Engine for the Grails resources that  I know for, including refinements to search docs (1.1 and 1.2), forums, plugins, and others.    Please check it out - hope it's useful.  If anybody is interested in contributing, please let me know and I'll invite you to edit the configuration.    I basically put up links to various refinements (docs, plugins, etc), grailstutorials, groovymag, and nabble grails forums.  I'd be open up to adding more info on groovy, if people are interested in using this for both Groovy and Grails.

Here is the URL for the Custom Search Engine

I'll try to write an OpenSearch mapping and host it somewhere, but if you are using Firefox, you can map it to the search box with this plugin (isn't officially compatible with 3.5, but I have plugin compatibility disabled, and it works fine).


Jean Barmash
EnergyScorecards - Benchmarking Energy Efficiency of Buildings
email: [address removed] | Skype: jbarmash

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