Sourcegraph series 2.6b decembermillertechcrunch

In this Sourcegraph series, we’re going to be taking a look at some of the top trend-spotting features in Sourcegraph 2.6b. This release is packed full of features that will make your life as a data scientist much easier, including: A more intuitive search experience Improved performance when loading large data sets New dataflows for interactive analysis and collaboration And much more!

Sourcegraph 2.6b

Sourcegraph is a powerful source code management and collaboration tool that makes it easy to find, share, and collaborate on code. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the new features in Sourcegraph 2.6b.

Sourcegraph 2.6b includes several new features to make code collaboration easier:

  • Code navigation improvements: You can now use the “Go To File” command to quickly navigate to files anywhere in your code base. Additionally, you can now search for files by name or path.
  • Improved diffing capabilities: Sourcegraph now has improved support for diffing code modifications between different branches or versions of the same project. You can also compare entire projects side by side for quick comparison.
  • Enhanced team management features: You can now add collaborators directly from within Sourcegraph, as well as manage their profiles and access tokens. You can also create teams and invite other developers to join them.

Improvements in December

December was a big month for Sourcegraph with several improvements and new features. We released a number of new features, including better search, integrations with GitHub and Asana, and support for Markdown. Our commit history went through a major overhaul to make it more user friendly, and we added support for GitLab CI.

We also continued our work on improving the source code analysis tool Sourcegraph Explorer. This month we added support for symbols, improved findings in navigation rules, and introduced an annotation parser that can be used to add notes to your code snippets. Finally, we released a preview of our upcoming Code Quality tool which will help you find and fix coding issues in your projects.

What’s new in Sourcegraph 2.6b

Sourcegraph 2.6b is a major update that includes new features and improvements across the entire product. Highlights include:

-Performance and scalability improvements for large projects

  • A redesigned Sourcegraph Explorer that makes finding source code easier
  • Updated translations across the product

Sourcegraph Desktop App

Sourcegraph is a productivity app for software developers. It helps you track your code, manage projects, and connect with others in your community.

Sourcegraph Desktop App

The Sourcegraph Desktop App is a powerful tool for software development. It integrates with Git, GitHub, and other source control systems to help you track your code, manage projects, and connect with others in your community.

You can use the app to view all of your code changes history and branches, find related files and issues, collaborate on projects with teammates, and more. The app also includes features like IntelliJ IDEA integration and live previewing of commits so that you can see how changes will affect your project right away.

If you’re a developer looking for an effective way to manage your projects and keep track of your code changes, the Sourcegraph Desktop App is worth checking out.

Adding Custom Fields to Sourcegraph Pages

If you’re looking to add some extra customization to your Sourcegraph pages, you can do so by using custom fields. You can create new fields or modify existing ones, and then use them to store information about the files and entities that you work with on a day-to-day basis.

For example, imagine that you run a blog on which you write code snippets. You might want to include a field in your Sourcegraph page that stores the date of the snippet’s creation. Or maybe you track the changes made to various source files as they’re being edited. In either case, custom fields are an excellent way to keep track of all of the data that affects your workflows.

To get started, head over to your Sourcegraph account page and click on the “fields” tab. This will open up a page on which you can see all of the available fields (as well as descriptions and instructions for creating new ones). Once you’ve selected a field that interests you, click on the “add” button next to it. This will take you into a new form in which you can input the specific data requirements for that field.

In addition to basic information such as file name and line number, custom fields can also store user preferences or other configuration settings. For example, if you use Sourcegraph as your main code repository management tool, you might want to include a field in your pages that holds your current branch name and commit hash.


Sourcegraph 2.6b is now available! In this release, we’ve focused on improving the performance of our search and navigation features, as well as adding new metrics to help you optimize your source code. We hope you find these improvements helpful as you work to build high-quality software.

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