Perl Search Revisited

A couple of years ago I wrote a blog post about a Google Custom Search that I had set up to create a specialised search engine for Perl.

Recently I’ve revisited this idea. I’ve given the search engine its own subdomain and I’ve added some new sites to the list of sites that it covers. I’ve also given it a simplified look (thanks Bootstrap) and it’s now being hosted on Github pages.

It lives at http://search.perlhacks.com/. Please give it a try and let me know what you think.

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Dave Cross

Dave Cross runs Magnum Solutions Ltd., a London Perl consultancy. In 1998 he started London Perl Mongers, the first Perl Mongers group outside of Northern America.

5 thoughts on “Perl Search Revisited”

    1. Second this. I would like to use this custom search engine in my Firefox’s address bar. Therefore it would be great if we can use it by manually build the query url.

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