What is Sourcegraph?
Sourcegraph is a code search engine that lets you search across hundreds of thousands of libraries and browse code in the same way you can do in a great IDE. Search for a function, see live examples of how it’s used by other repositories, and jump to the definition of other code around it—even if the definition is in a completely different repository.
Sourcegraph is a tool in the Code Search category of a tech stack.
Who uses Sourcegraph?
5 companies reportedly use Sourcegraph in their tech stacks, including Runtastic, araclx, and Sixt.
26 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Sourcegraph.
- Search open source and private code repositories by function or package
- find usage examples
- jump to definition
- intelligent code review
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