From the Commentary:
;; gds.el provides a couple of commands to interface Google Desktop ;; Search (GDS) from Emacs. ;; ;; gds.el should work on all operating systems where GDS exist. ;; Currently it seems only to exist officially in Microsoft Windows ;; and Mac OSX but there is supposedly some sort of beta for GNU/Linux ;; as well. ;; ;; Basically all it does is to build a URL with the search, send it to ;; GDS and do different fun things with the result. The commands ;; currently implemented are `gds', `gds-iswitchb-open-file' and ;; `gds-dired'. ;; ;; It is easy to use, just customize `gds-search-url' and get going! I ;; recommend starting with the `gds' command.
Download it here: Lisp:gds.el
Screenshot of the
‘gds’ command. The other two looks more or less as what they integrate with, i.e. iswitchb and Dired…