2017-02-23 06:34

NameError:名称“ go”未在sublime text 3控制台中定义


I follow some webpage's instructions to install Sublime Text 3 and use package control to install Gosublime, then change its user-default file:

   "env": {
       "GOROOT": "d:\\go",
       "GOPATH": "d:\\go\workspace",
       "path: "d:\\go\\workspace\\bin"

where d:\go is the golang environement I downloaded and installed earlier, d:\go is the workspace I established. Now I want to install gocode. I restart Sublime Text 3, then show console. Wen I enter

git get github.com/nsf/gocode

It shows:

>>> go
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'go' is not defined

Below is the complete console log for reference:

GoSublime init r17.02.16-1 (0.001s)
|   install margo: no
|   install state: done
| sublime.version: 3126
| sublime.channel: stable
|       about.ann: a17.02.16-1
|   about.version: r17.02.16-1
|         version: r17.02.16-1
|        platform: windows-x64
|            ~bin: ~\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text 3\Packages\User\GoSublime\windows-x64\bin
|       margo.exe: ~bin\gosublime.margo_r17.02.16-1_go1.8.exe (ok)
|          go.exe: d:\go\bin\go.exe (ok)
|      go.version: go1.8
|          GOROOT: d:\go
|          GOPATH: d:\go\workspace
|           GOBIN: (not set) (should usually be `(not set)`)
|       set.shell: []
|       env.shell:
|       shell.cmd: ['C:\\windows\\system32\\cmd.exe', '/C', '${CMD}']

Package Control: Skipping automatic upgrade, last run at 2017-02-23 14:07:30, next run at 2017-02-23 15:07:30 or after
>>> go
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'go' is not defined
>>> go get github.com/nsf/gocode
  File "<string>", line 1
    go get github.com/nsf/gocode
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

But if I run cmd.com and enter same command, it runs ok. What do I miss?

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  • dsf6281 dsf6281 4年前

    The Sublime Text console is not a terminal, it's a python shell. You can run python command, not bash (windows) commands.

    As said @keith Hall in his command, to run bash commands, you need some build systems. I don't believe that's the solution to your problem, though, since you only want to run this command once, no? If it's the case, you might want to look at sublimeREPL, although I'd recommend simply using a regular terminal.

    Just a quick overview:

    Build systems are super useful to run for example python program. A really simple build system like this:

        "cmd": ["python", "$file"]

    will run the currently opened file when triggered.

    For more about build system, there's probably no better resource than the unofficial documentation

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