Some resources I’ve found incredibly useful in learning Go, aka Golang.
Aug 10, 2019
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eval "$(gimme 1.12.7)"
- Versions of Go
- Use gimme for easy version switching:
brew install gimme; eval "$(gimme 1.12.7)"
- Add the code above to your shell init script: ~/.bash_profile, ~/.profile, etc
- Use Go modules (read this wiki)
- You can either:
- A: git clone the code outside your GOPATH (ie, next to your other code) to use go modules automatically (recommended)
- B: set
GO111MODULE=on and keep your Go code in your GOPATH
And finally… the Go Gopher!
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