2018-09-07 15:28 阅读 165


For example, given a package A that depends on package B and package C, where package C also depends on package D - is there a way to output this information? (Using a vendoring tool or otherwise)

The vendor.yaml output by govend doesn't include transitive dependency information - neither does the Gopkg.toml file output by dep, from what I can see. The go.mod file produced by Golang 1.11's mod and does annotate some dependencies as // indirect - but it does not annotate dependencies with any information about which dependency they were pulled in via.

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    dongxun4110 dongxun4110 2018-09-07 15:42

    Did you try It does provide a decent dependency tree at first look I tried.

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