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Sourcegraph is an open source, self-hosted, cross-repository code search and navigation tool, with an efficient web interface and “feels-like-native” integration into your code host. Install or upgrade Sourcegraph.
“Improving x feature would help me more than adding new features.”
Seemingly small improvements can deliver huge productivity gains to engineers at companies such as Uber, Lyft, and Yelp, which have hundreds or thousands of developers using Sourcegraph to search and navigate thousands of repositories every day.
That’s why this release focuses on productivity and stability improvements that every Sourcegraph user can benefit from.
Getting your team on Sourcegraph is now easier thanks to the onboarding guide in the top navigation bar.
Site admins are guided through the steps to connect their repositories on their Sourcegraph instance and set up user authentication so it’s ready to share.
Users are guided through performing their first search and code navigation actions.
You can run Sourcegraph locally with a single Docker command, but what about when you want to share Sourcegraph with your team?
We’ve made it easier to deploy Sourcegraph to your preferred cloud environments:
The 3.3 release will bring even more documentation improvements such as a new theme and better documentation for administrators first setting up a Sourcegraph instance.
Sourcegraph integrations, such as our browser extension which brings hover tooltips and code navigation to GitHub, amplify the value that developers get from Sourcegraph every day.
Parts of our codebase are undergoing a large scale refactor, enabling existing extensions to receive enhancements faster, while adding new integrations becomes easier and quicker.
We’re also investing heavily in constantly running end-to-end tests to catch bugs sooner (when for example, a code host changes their DOM), and to ensure consistency of features across integrations such as cross repository jump-to-definition on GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket server.
Much of 3.2 is building the foundation upon which these improvements can be made and 3.3 is where the benefits of these changes will start to be seen.
Hover tooltips and jump-to-definition continue to be quicker and more efficient as you can see in the below demo of navigating around the Linux repository on Sourcegraph.com.
github.excludesetting was added to the GitHub external service config to allow excluding repositories yielded by
github.repositoryQueryfrom being synced.
corsOriginsite config property is no longer needed for integration with GitHub, GitLab, etc., via the Sourcegraph browser extension. Only the Phabricator extension requires it.
repogroupfilter would cause invalid queries if
repogroup:samplewas already part of the query.
"updateScheduler2"experiment is now the default and it’s no longer possible to configure.
The changelog for this and previous releases is available on GitHub.
Thank you to the many people who contributed to make Sourcegraph better since the last release!
Ready to install? Install Sourcegraph 3.2
Upgrading from 2.x or 3.0? See the migration guide
From the entire Sourcegraph team (@sourcegraph), happy coding!