@verymahler I have no experience with stash. I know there are other hound users that do use stash, but it's hard for me to answer specifics about Stash itself because I've never used it. The key questions are, does it have repos (git, bzr, svn, hg) that are reachable via http?
Does it have a UI that is capable of showing source code?
Hound works by accessing repos via urls, keeping a local copy of the source up-to-date and building search indexes off of those local directories.
When you search, the results are shown in the UI with links back to a source viewer.
There is no source viewer built into hound because the original use case was Github.
Thank you, that pretty much answers my questions.
Hello. Is there any way to just index local files, without having to clone a repo? I have a massive tree of code that I need to grok and it's not currently in source control. Rather than put it all into git and then have that cloned, I was wondering whether I could just index the unversioned files.