2018-03-23 11:58

Windows上的golang:如何为Linux构建? [重复]


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How do I compile a go file/project on windows for Linux?

On Linux it should be possible via one-liner:

GOOS=windows go build -o filename.exe codefile.go

I tried something similar via Powershell, but on my Linux server (Ubuntu 16.04 amd64) only an error appears:

-bash: ./gotest: cannot execute binary file: Exec format error".

I tried with user Env-vars for GOOS = linux and GOARCH = amd64 and via set GOOS = linux in Powershell, but I don't know enough about Powershell - the go build command runs without an error and produces the file.

Can anyone explain the general how-to on windows (10 1709 x64) via Powershell (or cmd) (over VS Code) with go-1.10?

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  • douyingzhan5905 douyingzhan5905 3年前

    Use git bash if you have it installed οn your machine and execute the below command

    env GOOS=linux go build -o filename

    You could set the execution operating system for the whole command session through:

    set GOOS=linux
    go build -o filename

    It worked for me on same Windows 10 version and runs smoothly on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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