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Banner messaging is confusing, for example: "Unindexed repositories with structural search"

I'm a fan of messages that are human, relatable, and most important, easily and clearly actionable for the user. I'm not clear in this situation what the remedy is. Is it that this functionality (indexing repos) is not available in SG right now, or that the user needs to ask an admin to index the currently not-indexed repos? We want the error message to first surface the solution to the problem. "Your search includes non-indexed repositories. Please contact your company's Sourcegraph admin to index the repositories. Learn more about managing indexed repositories..."

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3.18 release blog (#1249) * 3.18 release blog * small fixes including links and formatting * edits per @sqs removing redundancy and increasing focus on specifics * Update blogposts/2020/3.18/announcing-sourcegraph-3.18.md accept change Co-authored-by: Quinn Slack <sqs@sourcegraph.com> * Update blogposts/2020/3.18/announcing-sourcegraph-3.18.md accept suggestion Co-authored-by: Quinn Slack <sqs@sourcegraph.com> * editorial changes per @sqs * merge conflict resolve Co-authored-by: LaureenH <laureen.hudson@braingu.com> Co-authored-by: Quinn Slack <sqs@sourcegraph.com>

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. You can now index multiple branches (not just the default branch) to make these kinds of searches much faster.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.

I liked Garo's voice here, but have changed.

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3.18 release blog

+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. You can now index multiple branches (not just the default branch) to make these kinds of searches much faster.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.++-   [Getting notified about the health of Sourcegraph is even easier](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/sourcegraph-health-notification)++    Alerts are now delivered with detailed information, including links to potential solutions. Additionally, we now monitor container health and over/under-provisioning in all deployment modes -- so you will even get alerts if Sourcegraph needs more resources or could do with less!++-   [Custom search pages on Sourcegraph Cloud](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/custom-search-pages)++    This helps you search over code that is more relevant to you, and introduces you to interesting queries in the process. Additionally, communities can pick this up and have pages created specifically for them (for example, Kubernetes).++-   [Changelog](https://sourcegraph.com/github.com/sourcegraph/sourcegraph@master/-/blob/CHANGELOG.md)++    All the details for what changed and why, can be found here.

"Here's where you'll find all the details for what changed and why"

I'm clinging to this phrasing because when you make it clear that there's a why and not just a what, you inspire interest. That's thought leadership space, which is what we want.

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. You can now index multiple branches (not just the default branch) to make these kinds of searches much faster.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.++-   [Getting notified about the health of Sourcegraph is even easier](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/sourcegraph-health-notification)++    Alerts are now delivered with detailed information, including links to potential solutions. Additionally, we now monitor container health and over/under-provisioning in all deployment modes -- so you will even get alerts if Sourcegraph needs more resources or could do with less!++-   [Custom search pages on Sourcegraph Cloud](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/custom-search-pages)++    This helps you search over code that is more relevant to you, and introduces you to interesting queries in the process. Additionally, communities can pick this up and have pages created specifically for them (for example, Kubernetes).

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3.18 release blog

+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. You can now index multiple branches (not just the default branch) to make these kinds of searches much faster.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 includes several small features that have a big impact. Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.

done, thank you

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. You can now index multiple branches (not just the default branch) to make these kinds of searches much faster.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.++-   [Getting notified about the health of Sourcegraph is even easier](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/sourcegraph-health-notification)++    Alerts are now delivered with detailed information, including links to potential solutions. Additionally, we now monitor container health and over/under-provisioning in all deployment modes -- so you will even get alerts if Sourcegraph needs more resources or could do with less!++-   [Custom search pages on Sourcegraph Cloud](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/custom-search-pages)++    This helps you search over code that is more relevant to you, and introduces you to interesting queries in the process. Additionally, communities can pick this up and have pages created specifically for them (for example, Kubernetes).++-   [Changelog](https://sourcegraph.com/github.com/sourcegraph/sourcegraph@master/-/blob/CHANGELOG.md)++    All the details for what changed and why, can be found here.

Here's where you'll find all the details for what changed and why.

I'm clinging to that phrasing because I want to make the point that there's a why not just a what. This shift moves you into thought leadership space, which where we cultivate interest.

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. You can now index multiple branches (not just the default branch) to make these kinds of searches much faster.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.++-   [Getting notified about the health of Sourcegraph is even easier](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/sourcegraph-health-notification)++    Alerts are now delivered with detailed information, including links to potential solutions. Additionally, we now monitor container health and over/under-provisioning in all deployment modes -- so you will even get alerts if Sourcegraph needs more resources or could do with less!++-   [Custom search pages on Sourcegraph Cloud](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/custom-search-pages)++    This helps you search over code that is more relevant to you, and introduces you to interesting queries in the process. Additionally, communities can pick this up and have pages created specifically for them (for example, Kubernetes).

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. You can now index multiple branches (not just the default branch) to make these kinds of searches much faster.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.

I liked preserving Garo's style there, but I'm happy to make the change.

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 includes several small features that have a big impact. Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.

thank you!

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).
You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications). For example, to search across multiple specific branches, you’d use something like `repo:myrepo@branch1:branch2:branch2` in your query. This helps you see all release branches that contain a particular bug so you can be sure to fix it in all the right places.
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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 includes several small features that have a big impact. Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.++-   [Getting notified about the health of Sourcegraph is even easier](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/sourcegraph-health-notification)++    Alerts are now delivered with detailed information, including links to potential solutions. Additionally, we now monitor container health and over/under provisioning in all deployment modes -- so you will even get alerts if Sourcegraph needs more resources or could do with less!++-   [Custom search pages on Sourcegraph Cloud](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/custom-search-pages)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 has added new search pages that scope searches to a collection of repositories. This helps new users coming to Sourcegraph search over code that is more relevant to them, and introduces them to interesting queries in the process. Many communities will be excited to pick this up and have pages created specifically for them (for example, Kubernetes).

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 includes several small features that have a big impact. Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.++-   [Getting notified about the health of Sourcegraph is even easier](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/sourcegraph-health-notification)++    Alerts are now delivered with detailed information, including links to potential solutions. Additionally, we now monitor container health and over/under provisioning in all deployment modes -- so you will even get alerts if Sourcegraph needs more resources or could do with less!

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 includes several small features that have a big impact. Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.

Not sure; that's from @gbrik's original doc. I'll ask them when they're back.

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 includes several small features that have a big impact. Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 includes several small features that have a big impact. Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.++-   [Getting notified about the health of Sourcegraph is even easier](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/sourcegraph-health-notification)++    Alerts are now delivered with detailed information, including links to potential solutions. Additionally, we now monitor container health and over/under provisioning in all deployment modes -- so you will even get alerts if Sourcegraph needs more resources or could do with less!++-   [Custom search pages on Sourcegraph Cloud](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/custom-search-pages)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 has added new search pages that scope searches to a collection of repositories. This helps new users coming to Sourcegraph search over code that is more relevant to them, and introduces them to interesting queries in the process. Many communities will be excited to pick this up and have pages created specifically for them (for example, Kubernetes).++-   [Changelog](https://sourcegraph.com/github.com/sourcegraph/sourcegraph@master/-/blob/CHANGELOG.md)++    All the details for what changed and why, can be found here.+++## Thank you!++Thank you to the many people who contributed to Sourcegraph since the last release!++-   [@Jaxkr](https://github.com/Jaxkr)+-   [@aisbaa](https://github.com/aisbaa)+-   [@abitrolly](https://github.com/abitrolly)+-   [@smaifullerton-wk](https://github.com/smaifullerton-wk)+-   [@terinjokes](https://github.com/terinjokes)+-   [@svrx](https://github.com/svrx)+-   [@DolceTriade](https://github.com/DolceTriade)+-   [@shadyabhi](https://github.com/shadyabhi)+-   [@blanet](https://github.com/blanet)+-   [@bb-qq](https://github.com/bb-qq)+-   [@byrongrogan](https://github.com/byrongrogan)+-   [@mipearson](https://github.com/mipearson)+-   [@kwangil-ha](https://github.com/kwangil-ha)+-   [@s-yadav](https://github.com/s-yadav)+-   [@lf-](https://github.com/lf-)+-   [@smcallis](https://github.com/smcallis)+-   [@zgrimshell](https://github.com/zgrimshell)+-   [@jlangston](https://github.com/jlangston)++## Share your feedback++We want to hear what you think about Sourcegraph! If there’s something coming you are curious about or you have a specific feature you want to request,

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+---+title: "Sourcegraph 3.18: Search across multiple revisions and non-master branches, custom search pages, campaigns now support GitLab, new C++ precise code intelligence"+author: Laureen Hudson+publishDate: 2020-MM-20T10:00-07:00+tags: [blog]+slug: sourcegraph-3.18+heroImage: /blog/3.18-release-blog-img.jpg+published: true+---++We’re improving Sourcegraph universal code search continuously, to help you solve the Big Code problems you face, all day every day. Here's how we're doing it.++-   [Indexed non-master branches](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/indexed-non-master-branches)++    Often, you need to search code that isn’t in your default branch, like long-lived release branches or important tags. In Sourcegraph 3.18, we now use an index on the default branch to speed up search operations, with the added capability to index branches other than the default branch.++-   [Search across multiple revisions](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/search-multiple-revisions)++    You can now search across multiple revisions of the same repository by listing multiple branch names (or other revision specifications) separated by `:` in your query. This helps you understand the differences between code at different branches (especially for release branches that have diverged).++-   [Small but mighty new features](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/small-and-mighty-features)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 includes several small features that have a big impact. Based on lots of feedback, we added support for campaigns in GitLab. We’ve also improved privacy feedback when adding repositories, and created custom search pages for Sourcegraph Cloud.++-   [New C++ precise code intelligence solution](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/c-plus-plus-code-intel)++    We wrote a new LSIF indexer based on clangd. This means that developers using C and C++ now have access to precise code intelligence. Developers using the original C++ LSIF indexer based on DXP will see noticeable improvements with this new implementation; faster than before, and now with hovers.++-   [Getting notified about the health of Sourcegraph is even easier](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/sourcegraph-health-notification)++    Alerts are now delivered with detailed information, including links to potential solutions. Additionally, we now monitor container health and over/under provisioning in all deployment modes -- so you will even get alerts if Sourcegraph needs more resources or could do with less!++-   [Custom search pages on Sourcegraph Cloud](https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/custom-search-pages)++    Sourcegraph 3.18 has added new search pages that scope searches to a collection of repositories. This helps new users coming to Sourcegraph search over code that is more relevant to them, and introduces them to interesting queries in the process. Many communities will be excited to pick this up and have pages created specifically for them (for example, Kubernetes).

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@LaureenH - Is the reason you reverted to unpublish the blogs? Instead you could have just changed the metadata to "published: false" and it would not show up on the site.

I reverted because for some reason, every blog I published grabbed the C++ blog content, not its actual content, despite looking fine in the files.

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++---+title: 'New C++ precise code intelligence solution'+author: 'Garo Brik'+publishDate: 2020-07-20T00:00-07:00+tags: ["blog"]+slug: indexed-non-master-branches++---

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 See this video for a demonstration of lifecycle of a campaign:   </figure> </div> -1. With the `src` CLI the user **generates a set of patches** by running `gofmt` over every repository that has a `go.mod` file, leveraging Sourcegraphs search capabilities.+1. The `src` CLI **generates a set of patches** by running `gofmt` over every repository that has a `go.mod` file, leveraging Sourcegraphs search capabilities.

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+# Developing code host integrations++This documentation is intended for developers who are developing Sourcegraph integrations.++For a guide on usage of integrations, see the [Integrations section](../integration/index.md).++## What are code host integrations?++**Code host integrations** are how Sourcegraph delivers features directly into the interface of code hosts. These integrations allow users to benefit from Sourcegraph without leaving their code host as they navigate repositories, source code files, commits, and diffs.++## How code host integrations are delivered++Code host integrations are implemented as a JavaScript bundle that is injected directly into the code host's web interface.++Sourcegraph has two channels available to deliver this JavaScript bundle:++- **Native integrations** which configure the code host to natively load the JavaScript as an additional resource on every page. These integrations can be configured once by an administrator (typically on a self-hosted code host instance) and are then automatically available to all users.+- [**Browser extensions**](../integration/browser_extension.md) for Chrome and Firefox, which inject the JavaScript bundle on all code host pages. These integrations don't require any central configuration of the code host, but they require each user to individually install the browser extension in order to benefit from it.++## Code views++Code host integrations mainly operate on code views.++A code view is any instance of source code being displayed on any code host page. It can be an entire source file, a snippet of a file, or a diff view. There may be many code views on a single page, for example on a pull request page.++Code host integrations work by first identifying all code views on a given page, and then by adding interface elements (such as action buttons), and listening for hover events over specific code tokens in order to show hover pop-ups.

^^^I like that.

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+import * as sourcegraph from 'sourcegraph'++export const HoverAlerts = {+    LSIF: <sourcegraph.Badged<sourcegraph.HoverAlert>[]>[+        {+            summary: {+                kind: sourcegraph.MarkupKind.Markdown,+                value:+                    'Semantic result. [Learn more.](https://docs.sourcegraph.com/user/code_intelligence/lsif)',+            },+            badge: {+                kind: 'info',+                hoverMessage:+                    "This hover text comes from a pre-computed semantic index of this project's source. Click to learn how to add this capability to all of your projects!",

Also, I love that you ended with an exclamation mark. This is exactly the kind of enthusiasm I'm trying to get you to express in the release blog content. =)

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+import * as sourcegraph from 'sourcegraph'++export const HoverAlerts = {+    LSIF: <sourcegraph.Badged<sourcegraph.HoverAlert>[]>[+        {+            summary: {+                kind: sourcegraph.MarkupKind.Markdown,+                value:+                    'Semantic result. [Learn more.](https://docs.sourcegraph.com/user/code_intelligence/lsif)',+            },+            badge: {+                kind: 'info',+                hoverMessage:+                    "This hover text comes from a pre-computed semantic index of this project's source. Click to learn how to add this capability to all of your projects!",

maybe just "text"

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@christinaforney totally happy with that. =) Thank you so much! Is code render a thing we're going to have on a roadmap at some point?

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here's why I don't like the "starred" term -- it's because it doesn't necessarily mean anything either: https://opensource.stackexchange.com/questions/5110/github-stars-is-a-very-useful-metric-but-for-what. I genuinely don't want to get in the habit of trading one ambiguous term for another, and stars may be a measure of popularity but they may also just be someone's bookmark, in which case, "popular" is a better term for what we're trying to imply on the page, which is that repos with a lot of traffic are included in these searches we're trying to show people how to do.

I don't have the context to know for sure which option is the more technically correct; if we're literally sorting repos by stars, then "starred" is correct, but we shouldn't use that with "popular", because "star" doesn't necessarily mean that. Does that make sense?

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Edits to search examples pages

  • on all pages, please remove the colons from all headers

  • on all pages, please render code terms in code font

https://sourcegraph.com/search

  • remove the colon from the end of "Diff/commit search keywords:"

  • Change "Structural Searches" to "Structural searches"

  • I'm not happy with the "Search a language" section. If the languages listed are the search terms, they should be all lowercase. If they're the names of the languages, they need to be properly capitalized (JavaScript, GraphQL, HTML, JSON, TypeScript)

https://sourcegraph.com/refactor-python2-to-3

  • change the main header to read: The examples below help you find Python 2 code that requires refactoring, and review examples of the new Python 3 syntax, across popular Python repositories.

  • change the "Python 3 explicit relative imports paragraph to Python 3 requires you to explicitly specify package location relative to the current folder, and deprecates implicit relative reports. The search below returns usages of explicit relative imports. For example, an import with one leading dot signifies that the package resides in the current folder, and with two leading dots tells Python that the package is one directory up from the current one.

  • Change "Python 2 & 3 integer conversion:" to "Python 2 and 3 integer conversion"

https://sourcegraph.com/react-hooks

  • Change "Search popular React Hook repositories from resources in the GitHub repository 'rehooks/awesome-react-hooks'. The search examples show usages of the React Hook useState with various data types. useState is a hook that lets you add React state to function components." to "Search popular React Hook repositories from the GitHub repository 'rehooks/awesome-react-hooks'. The search examples show usage of the React Hook useState with various data types."

  • please change "Javascript" to "JavaScript" in both places it appears on the page

  • please change "Typescript" to "TypeScript"

https://sourcegraph.com/kubernetes

  • Change "Search the trending and most starred Kubernetes repositories on GitHub. Explore with search examples below." to "Explore Kubernetes repositories on GitHub. Search with examples below."

  • Change "Browse diffs for recent code changes in the community:" to "Browse diffs for recent code changes"

https://sourcegraph.com/golang

  • Change "Search the most starred Go repositories on GitHub. Explore with search examples below." to "Use these search examples to explore Go repositories on GitHub."

https://sourcegraph.com/android

  • change "Search the most starred Android repositories on GitHub. Explore with search examples below." to "Use these search suggestions to explore popular Android repositories on GitHub."

  • change "An intent filter is used to specify the type of intents a component would like to receive. An intent filter can accept 3 types of elements - <action>, <category> and <data> elements." to "Intent filters specify the type of intents a component would like to receive. An intent filter can accept three types of elements - <action>, <category> and <data> elements."

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3.17 release tweet

Sourcegraph 3.17 is out. Thread 👇 of the new things you can do with universal code search. https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/sourcegraph-3.17

[1] Hovers, definitions, and references are shown ~35% faster 🐇 (when using precise code intelligence). @ericfritz describes how: https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/performance-improvements-in-precise-code-intel

[2] Experimental feature -- Repos will automatically have precise code intelligence results on hover, definition, and reference ops. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHYka1CT700

[3] @ericfritz reflects on +324k/-277k lines of code over 527 commits as Sourcegraph's precise code intelligence matures (including a major rewrite from TypeScript to Go): https://about.sourcegraph.com/blog/evolution-of-the-precise-code-intel-backend

[3] 📊 Experimental! Aggregate data in Sourcegraph to understand high-level patterns in your code and track changes over time. [link to video]

[4]🔎 AND/OR queries are on by default and for all search modes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iye0yZVr1Ro

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