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Sourcegraph 2.7 (sourcegraph.com)
36 points by welder 4 months ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 4 comments



Sourcegraph CEO here. Thanks for posting this!

The blog post has a GIF of code intelligence (hovers, go-to-definition, and find-references) in a diff. There's another nifty animated GIF on our homepage showing the code intelligence integration for GitHub: https://about.sourcegraph.com/. Our new tour at https://about.sourcegraph.com/docs/tour has some links to try it out on open-source code (although for the real experience, you can follow the steps on our homepage to run it inside your own organization to use it with your internal code). And check out the overview/FAQ at https://about.sourcegraph.com/docs/overview.

Finally, we have an awesome team based in SF and around the world (Arizona, South Africa) building Sourcegraph. We're growing quickly as more devs bring Sourcegraph into their companies and their companies adopt Sourcegraph (we can show you nice-looking charts :). If you want to learn more about joining the team, email me at sqs@sourcegraph.com with the thing you'd most like to improve about or add to Sourcegraph.


Hi, really great work on SourceGraph, I absolutely love using it for Go on Github. I'd also love to try it at work for a somewhat large C++ code base. Do you have any update on C++ support?


How does this compare to google's cs/slash code-search frontend?

That's what I'm really after... it was a super useful tool for finding working examples across gazillions of LoC.


Sourcegraph CTO here. Our leading source of referrals and early adopters inside companies is ex-Googlers, and for good reason -- Sourcegraph takes a lot of inspiration from CS with things like jump-to-def, find-refs, and regex text search. It's built to scale to both large monorepos and collections of many repos.

Of course, we like to think we take things further, with support for more languages, connecting your code to all the open-source code you probably use, and integrations for most major code hosts and review tools. If you try it out, we'd love to hear from you and how you think it stacks up to the code search you used at Google :)




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