A more productive desktop code editor that connects with your code host so you can edit, search, and review across all your repositories. It works locally; your code never touches our servers. Built on Visual Studio Code and in private beta now (open source when the public beta begins).
Connects directly to your code host to automatically list, clone, and update repositories as you search and browse around. Using open source repositories? It’ll fetch those on-the-fly, too.
Enhanced jump-to-definition, find-references, and code search across multiple repositories. Connect to Sourcegraph Server or Sourcegraph.com to scale these features beyond your local code.
Bring the discussion to the code. Post review comments, or lightweight comments on checked-in code that are visible to your teammates as they review, edit, and browse code.
Built on Visual Studio Code, Microsoft's popular open-source editor. It's free and will be open source when the public beta begins.
Search across the latest (or specific) versions of all/any of your repositories (and their dependencies, if you want). Supports exact matching and regular expressions, of course!
Create or join a team to share configs with other developers: lists of active repositories, connections to code hosts, team-wide tasks/scripts, and auto-installed extensions.
Supports most extensions written for the Visual Studio Code extension API.
Your code never touches Sourcegraph’s servers; all operations on your code are performed locally. Use Sourcegraph Server to scale to large codebases and teams.