Notice how we support "tagging" (in the Web 2.0 agile SOA sense). Factor itself doesn't care about tags, they're purely there to help the programmer find modules they might otherwise overlook, and provide a richer ontology than just a simple hierarchy:
We also keep track of who wrote each vocabulary:
The list of authors in the index page is very small, because only less than half of all modules have been ported to the new syste.
In the new module system, vocabularies are organized into a hierarchy. Here we're viewing the editors vocabulary, which has some words to jump to word definitions in your favorite editor; it has some child vocabularies implementing support for each editor support by Factor:
Notice how each vocabulary, loaded or not, has meta-data: a one-line summary, authors, and tags. These are stored in text files in the vocabulary's directory:
authors.txt. The vocabulary system provides words for reading and writing these files:
vocab-summary ( vocab -- string )
set-vocab-summary ( string vocab -- )
vocab-tags ( vocab -- seq )
set-vocab-tags ( seq vocab -- )
vocab-authors ( vocab -- seq )
set-vocab-authors ( seq vocab -- )
Factor has great support for organizing and browsing code.