Search code, browse notebooks, and manage batch changes on Sourcegraph with Raycast.
Install · Setup · Commands · Issues · Changelog · Contributing
To get started, install Raycast and install the Sourcegraph extension from the Raycast extensions store.
Alternatively, you can install this extension from source.
This extension adds a variety of commands for interacting with Sourcegraph. Some configuration is required to use certain features, most notably the variants of each command for custom Sourcegraph Instances, though you can get started with Sourcegraph.com commands without any additional setup.
No setup is required to connect to Sourcegraph.com through the 'Sourcegraph.com' variants of this extensions's commands. To configure your own search contexts, create search notebooks, and more, sign up for a Sourcegraph.com account!
Once you have an account, you can create an access token under the "Access tokens" tab in your user settings on Sourcegraph.com. Copy that access token to the "Sourcegraph.com: Access token" field in the Sourcegraph Raycast extension preferences to authenticate your search queries.
To search your private code, please reach out get a demo of the single-tenant solution or try out a self-hosted installation of Sourcegraph.
To start searching code on a custom Sourcegraph instance (e.g. self-hosted or managed), you can set up access through the 'Sourcegraph Instance' variants of this extensions's commands by configuring the "Sourcegraph Instance: Instance URL" and "Sourcegraph Instance: Access token" fields in the Sourcegraph Raycast extension preferences. You can create an access token under the "Access tokens" tab in your user settings on your Sourcegraph instance.
Get results as you type on code search over your code and 2M+ public repositories.
Search contexts allow you to narrow down your search to code you care about. To get started, you can try the public Sourcegraph.com search contexts, or configure your own in your Sourcegraph.com account or Sourcegraph instance's "Contexts" page!
The Sourcegraph Raycast extension allows you to set a default context for your searches in the "Search Code" command preferences.
Browse, manage, and run recent code searches. New searches can also easily be launched from the Code Search History command.
Recent searches are persisted locally through a native Raycast API.
Browse and preview search notebooks straight from Raycast. Notebooks enable powerful live – and persistent – documentation, shareable with your organization or the world.
To get started, you can try the public Sourcegraph.com notebooks, or configure your own from your Sourcegraph.com account or Sourcegraph instance!
Browse, view, publish, and merge changesets for batch changes straight from Raycast. Batch changes automate large-scale code changes to keep your code up to date, fix critical security issues, and pay down tech debt across all of your repositories.
Batch changes is currently only supported on Sourcegraph Instance.
The changelog documents all notable updates to the extension.
Updates will be regularly published to the Raycast Extensions repository from the
To try out yet-to-be-published changes, you can install this extension from source.
See CONTRIBUTING.md if you're interested in contributing to this extension!
Have ideas or suggestions? Please feel free to open an issue with feedback!