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go

 
Tool for managing go source code. Some subcommands such as go build have their own usage documentation. More information: https://golang.org.
 
  • Download and install a package, specified by its import path:
     
    go get {{package_path}}
     
  • Compile and run a source file (it has to contain a main package):
     
    go run {{file}}.go
     
  • Compile a source file into a named executable:
     
    go build -o {{executable}} {{file}}.go
     
  • Compile the package present in the current directory:
     
    go build
     
  • Execute all test cases of the current package (files have to end with _test.go):
     
    go test
     
  • Compile and install the current package:
     
    go install
     
  • Initialize a new module in the current directory:
     
    go mod init {{module_name}}

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