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GitHub Package Registry is now GitHub Packages

We’re renaming GitHub Package Registry (GPR) to GitHub Packages. This change is reflected on, in the APIs and webhooks:
– There is a new PackageEvent in the Events API which replaces the existing event RegistryPackageEvent.
– There is a new package webhook which replaces the existing registry_package webhook.
– The GraphQL API schema is also changing to reflect the new name.

Users who have been selected for the beta are now able to search select repositories by pressing f on the repository page and entering their desired query. By default, it will return results which exactly match the given query (including word boundaries). Users are then able to further refine the results by requiring them to match the case of the query and/or match the whole word.

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Jump to definition and find all references are now available for all Go, Python, and Ruby repositories on GitHub, with more languages coming soon. When viewing a Go, Python, or Ruby file on, clicking on a function or method name exposes a code navigation card with links to all of its definitions and references within the same repository. We use the semantic library to find definitions and call sites in your code.

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