Gomilk is a faster Gmilk written by Go. Gmilk is the command line tool for Milkode.
Search the source code of 40000 files in 0.5 seconds.
Download from here or "go build".
Put the "gomilk" binary into PATH directory.
And, install Milkode.
How to use
1. Create Milkode database and Add packages
2. Start the Milkode web server with gomilk mode
$ milk web -g
The basic usage same as Gmilk.
$ gomilk search_keyword . lib/a.txt:1: test aaa test/b.txt:1: test bbb
OSX 10.7.5, Core2 Duo 3.06 GHz, 8 GB RAM.
Test on Ruby-2.1.2. (0.281 seconds 4722 files)
$ cd ./ruby-2.1.2 # 4722 files $ find . | wc 4722 4765 148103 # Search in 0.281 seconds 4722 files $ time gomilk "performance test" test/bigdecimal/test_bigdecimal.rb:1501: # this is mainly a performance test (should be very fast, not the 0.3 s) real 0m0.281s user 0m0.062s sys 0m0.024s
Test on linux-3.10-rc4. (0.584 seconds 45752 files)
$ cd ./linux-3.10-rc4 # 45752 files $ find . | wc 45752 45752 1552272 # Search in 0.584 seconds 45752 files $ time gomilk "performance test" arch/ia64/mm/init.c:582: * useful for performance testing, but conceivably could also come in handy for debugging Documentation/fb/udlfb.txt:155: performance tests to start and finish in a very short Documentation/networking/eql.txt:339: Although you may already done this performance testing, here Documentation/scsi/FlashPoint.txt:149:embedded system. I am presently working on some performance testing and Documentation/serial/sx.txt:202:per second to transmit. If you do any performance testing in this . . real 0m0.584s user 0m0.427s sys 0m0.091s
Search all packages. (0.638 seconds 50474 files)
$ cd ~ # Search in 0.638 seconds all files $ gomilk "performance test" -a ruby-2.1.2/test/bigdecimal/test_bigdecimal.rb:1501: # this is mainly a performance test (should be very fast, not the 0.3 s) linux-3.10-rc4/arch/ia64/mm/init.c:582: * useful for performance testing, but conceivably could also come in handy for debugging . . real 0m0.638s user 0m0.492s sys 0m0.109s