dongzhong3688 2019-06-05 21:00 采纳率: 0%
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I'm fairly new to Go coming from a Java background and am trying to figure out best practices for Go dependency management.

If I have Project A that has a dependency on Project B and I put a reference to Project B in my vendor package then running go install downloads everything I need. However, let's say I find a bug in Project B that I fix, how do I ensure that Project A stays up to date? As in, is there some way to do an install on every deploy to make sure that I'm not missing anything?

In Java, on every deploy I would do my own mvn package to best ensure that each deploy was self-sufficient. Is there some way to do the same in Go?

Apologies if this is a really basic question - but I couldn't find a good answer.

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  • doudi1449 2019-06-06 09:07

    If you are using go 1.11 and above go mod for prior versions you can use go dep

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