usability – Offering same functionality on browse and details page?

I’ve two pages: browse (parent) and details (child).

Browse has a list of items, displaying the name and some other meta data (description, owner, upload date, etc.). Clicking on an item opens the details page, which offers viewing and editing of the whole data in different sections.

On details there are also some handy actions, like: c/p URL, get code snippet or report a bug.

From a UX point of view, would it make sense to duplicate these actions in the Browse list? Basically adding them to every row/item to have quick access?

I fear that there might be an overload, as there are 4 actions and hundreds of results, which will cause number_displayed_items*4 more actionable elements on the view.