Luckily, if you're using Chrome, there is a shortcut. With that "shortcut" in place, type o hello world in the location bar, and you'll see:
Press enter, and you'll get the results from GitHub. Now that is something I'd use! All you need to do:
- Go to the Chrome settings (⌘, on OS X).
- In the Search section (shown below), click on Manage Search Engines.
- Scroll to the very bottom of that dialog to add a new entry. In the first field enter a descriptive name, say Orbeon Forms source. In the second, the keyword you'll use as a prefix when doing a search, say o for Orbeon. (You can pick a more descriptive keyword, but I'm in a rush, so o it is.) Finally, the last field put:
Note the orbeon%2Forbeon-forms in that URL, which you can change if you'd like to search another GitHub projects. With this, your new custom search engine will look like:
Thanks, this is IMO quicker and works for all repos: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/137792ReplyDelete