What is Sourcegraph?
Sourcegraph is a universal code search tool that lets you find and fix things across ALL your code -- any code host, any repo, any language. Stay in flow and find your answers quickly with smart filters, and more.
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.
34 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Sourcegraph.
GitHub, Visual Studio Code, Jira, GitLab, and Bitbucket are some of the popular tools that integrate with Sourcegraph. Here's a list of all 27 tools that integrate with Sourcegraph.
Pros of Sourcegraph
Understand the connections between code components
Discover why code works the way it does
- Search your private code or open source code across thousands of repos in GitHub, GitLab, and more
- Quickly navigate code with contextual hover tool tips
- Construct complex queries and filter code in ways that IDEs and code hosts can’t
- A visual and interactive query builder supports regular expressions and syntax-aware pattern matching so you get your answers in seconds
- Find definitions, references, usage examples, and anything else in code, across package, dependency, and repository boundaries
- Automate large-scale code changes across multiple repositories
- Generate insights about your codebase to understand aggregate trends
Sourcegraph Alternatives & Comparisons
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