Sourcegraph is a free, self-hosted code search and intelligence server that helps developers find, review, understand, and debug code. Use it with any Git code host for teams from 1 to 10,000+. Upgraded features start at $5/user/month.
Quickstart: Run this command, wait for the server to be ready, then visit http://localhost:7080.
docker run --publish 7080:7080 --rm --volume ~/.sourcegraph/config:/etc/sourcegraph --volume ~/.sourcegraph/data:/var/opt/sourcegraph -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock sourcegraph/server:2.7.0
As you grow to hundreds or thousands of users and repositories, graduate from the single-server deployment to a highly scalable cluster with Sourcegraph Data Center.
I'm very conservative when it comes to my development workflow, but Sourcegraph @srcgraph so far is the best time-saver for navigating code.— Leonid Bugaev (@buger) January 25, 2017
Sourcegraph is amazing. It runs in your browser and integrates with GitHub. Demo: https://t.co/x6VN4KwWFl— Federico Cargnelutti (@fedecarg) July 24, 2017
Has this been said enough? The best engineering company of 2017 and early 2018 has got to be Sourcegraph. Way to improve the world for all engineers <3 @srcgraph— Grayson Koonce (@breerly) March 30, 2018
@srcgraph makes browsing of java source code easy on #Github. For example, I really like 'Find References' feature! No need for text search or download code in local IDE. 👍 Thanks @srcgraph! #SourceGraph— Manik Magar (@ManikMagar) March 28, 2018
The worst thing about debugging this problem is that this problem took out the @srcgraph instance so now I have to use grep like a madman.— Terin Stock (@terinjokes) March 12, 2018