Browsing repositories

This topic shows how to browse a repository in Cloud Source Repositories and how to switch from one repository to another. Cloud Source Repositories simplifies viewing and accessing the repositories that are important to you.

Browse to a repository

  1. In the Google Cloud Platform Console, open Cloud Source Repositories.

    Open Cloud Source Repositories

    The first page that opens is called the My source view. This page contains two sections:

    • Starred. This section displays repositories, branches, files, and folders that you flag as particularly important.

    • Recently Viewed. This section displays repositories, branches, files, and folders that you have viewed recently.

  2. Click the name of a repository to view its contents.

    If the repository you want to view isn't listed in the Starred or Recently Viewed section, click All repositories to search for it. For more information, see View all repositories.

View all repositories

If you don't see the repository you want to open in the My source, you can search for it by viewing all repositories.

  1. In the GCP Console, open the My source view.

    Open the My source view

    From this page you can browse the list of repositories available to you.

    Alternatively, use the Breadcrumb toolbar to browse for a specific repository. This toolbar displays your current location in the repository and lets you move quickly to another repository or another location within a repository, such as a file, branch, or commit.

  2. Click the name of a repository to view its contents.

Select a different view of a repository

By default, the code search and source browsing interface opens a repository to the master branch. You can also view a specific branch for that repository, or view the repository as it existed at a specific commit or tag.

To select a different view of the repository, follow these steps:

  1. On the Breadcrumb toolbar, click the Branch/Commit/Tag menu.

  2. In the submenu, use the branch name, a tag name, or a search box to select a branch.

  3. Select the state of the repository you want to view:

    • To select a branch using a branch name, select Branch, and then click the name of the branch.
    • To select a branch using a commit ID, select Commit, and then click the commit ID.
    • To select a branch using a tag name, select Tag, and then click the tag name.
    • To search for a branch, commit, or tag, select the corresponding item and type a search term in the search box.

Switch to a different repository

To switch to a different repository, select the repository from the Breadcrumb toolbar.

By default, the code search and source browsing interface opens a repository to the master branch.

Identify items with a star

You can identify important items such as repositories, folders, and files by tagging them with a star. You can find starred items in the Starred section of the My source view.

To star an item, click the star next to the item you're viewing.

You can return the My source view by clicking Back to My Source. Your repository now appears in the Starred section.

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