GOP is a project manangement tool for building your golang applications out of global GOPATH. In fact gop will keep both global GOPATH and every project GOPATH. But that means your project will not go-getable. Of course, GOP itself is go-getable. GOP copy all denpendencies from global GOPATH to your project's
src/vendor directory and all application's sources are also in
A normal process using gop is below:
git clone email@example.com:bac/aaa.git cd aaa gop ensure -g gop build gop test
Please ensure you have installed the
go command, GOP will invoke it on building or testing
go get github.com/lunny/gop
Every project should have a GOPATH directory structure and put a
gop.yml int the root directory. This is an example project's directory tree.
<project root> ├── gop.yml ├── bin ├── doc └── src ├── main │ └── main.go ├── models │ └── models.go ├── routes │ └── routes.go └── vendor └── github.com ├── go-xorm │ ├── builder │ ├── core │ └── xorm └── lunny ├── log └── tango
Gop will recognize a gop project which has
gop.yml. The file is also a project configuration file. Below is an example. If you didn't define any target, the default target is src/main and the target name is the project name.
targets: - name: myproject1 dir: main assets: - templates - public - config.ini - key.pem - cert.pem - name: myproject2 dir: web assets: - templates - public - config.ini monitors: - config.ini
Create the default directory structure tree.
Automatically copy dependencies from $GOPATH to local project directory.
-g will let you automatically call
go get <package> when the package is missing on
-u will always
go get <package> on all the dependencies and copy them to
gop ensure [-g|-u] [target_name]
List all dependencies of this project and show the status.
gop status [target_name]
Add one or more packages to this project.
gop add <package1> <package2>
Update one or more packages to this project. All missing dependent packages will also be added. -f will update exists dependent packages.
gop update [-f] <package1> <package2>
Remove one or more packages from this project.
gop rm <package1> <package2>
go build on the src directory.
gop build [target_name]
go run on the src directory.
-w will monitor the go source code changes and
automatically build and run again.
gop run [-w] [target_name]
go test on the src directory.
gop test [target_name]
go release on the src directory.
gop release [target_name]