If you've used Sourcegraph before, you've used a Sourcegraph extension: Sourcegraph extensions add features like git blame, code coverage, trace/log information, link previews, and third-party tool integrations.
For example, try hovering over tokens or toggling Git blame on
tuf_store.go. Or see a demo video of code coverage overlays. The Sourcegraph.com extension registry lists all publicly available extensions.
Sourcegraph extensions are like editor extensions, but run anywhere you view code in your web browser. To get extensions on your code host and review tools, you need the Chrome/Firefox Sourcegraph browser extension, or you must set up a native integration with your code host.
- Using extensions – How to enable extensions on Sourcegraph.
- Security and privacy – All the ways we protect the privacy of your code.
Site admins can control instance-wide extensions settings and additional permissions features. See Administering extensions on your Sourcegraph instance.