Batch Changes gives you a declarative structure for finding and modifying code across all of your repositories. With a simple UI, it is easy to track and manage all of your changesets through checks and code reviews until each change is merged.
“The ability to automate downstream changes that Sourcegraph Batch Changes provides is a key capability for reducing the hidden burden of updates pushed across teams and enabling us to increase our engineering velocity.”
— Jared Hodge, Sr. Manager Developer Experience
Tracking changes to many repositories requires spreadsheets and manual labor.
With Batch Changes, you can automatically track changeset lifecycle status, like check state, reviews, and merge status via the Sourcegraph UI so you can get the changesets merged.
Quickly edit every CI, build, and other configuration files to make changes such as altering steps, migrating versions, or changing base images.
Use language-aware tooling of your choice to perform complex refactors like updating an API and its function calls or replacing libraries entirely.
Refactor code to replace insecure functions, update vulnerable packages, or modify container configurations across hundreds of repositories.
“Sourcegraph Batch Changes gives us the confidence we need to understand the total impact of large-scale code changes before we make them. This enables the entire team to make more impactful decisions more often.”
— Trent Grover, Director of Architecture - Client Technologies, Workiva
You'll be searching your own code in 10 minutes. You can run it self-hosted (all of your code stays local and secure).