No. CodeKeep is completely free for storing all private and public code snippets.
Searches are based on full-text catalogs and indexing (similar to how search engines
work), which is very different from traditional wildcard searches and LIKE clauses.
Full-text catalogs take time to index, which is a very expensive operation on the
database. Because of that, re-indexing of the full-text catalog does not occur every
time a snippet is saved to CodeKeep. Instead, it takes place every few hours; usually
3-4 times per day. So the next time you don't see your snippet right away, be patient.
It will show up soon enough.
No. The service CodeKeep provides is not meant to compete with or replace any source code
control repository system. A source code control repository is vitally important to the
development process because of its ability to store different versions of code. CodeKeep
does not replace that functionality.
No. CodeKeep accepts only ASCII text-based input.
No. All public snippets in CodeKeep may be freely used, copied, and distributed.
No. Currently, CodeKeep allows anyone to store and share as many code snippets as they like.