GrepCode 12.8 improves on the File Diff feature by starting out with a collapsed view of the common lines that increases the usability of the Diff page for large files with very few modifications between releases.
We are excited to provide a downloadable version of GrepCode for enterprise users to search and browse their private Maven and OSGi repositories, in the form of two editions. The Community Edition is free to use, but limited to basic functionality. The Professional Edition provides all the features of the GrepCode website and is available for licensing. More information about the two editions can be found at http://grepcode.com/products.
GrepCode proudly welcomes 2012 with release 12.1. Every Java project indexed on GrepCode now has a dedicated project page that lists all indexed versions of that project. For example, here is the project page of the Android project. Attached to every project page is an Atom feed that you can subscribe to, to follow new releases of that project. For example, here is the project feed of the Android project.
New versions of the Android project (4.0.1, 4.0.3, 2.3.7, 2.3.6) are now indexed on GrepCode. All of the Android projects have been updated to index non-Java files. As part of this release, we have indexed IntelliJ Community Edition version 11.0. The PrimeFaces repository at http://repository.primefaces.org/ has been added to GrepCode.
The GrepCode IntelliJ plugin has been updated to work with IntelliJ version 11.0.