Take Eclipse's code search to the web?
Code Recommenders intelligent code completion helps developers to quickly learn how to use an API. But sometimes knowing how likely a method should be called in a given context is not enough; we need to study the source code ourselves to see the bigger picture and to draw our own conclusions.

Hence we consider to extend Code Recommenders with a (remote) search interface that (i) gives you access to all the code Code Recommenders analyzes to build its recommendation models, and (ii) offers a comparable feature set like Eclipse' built-in (local) code search engine - all tightly integrated into the Eclipse IDE.

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