2018-05-31 21:32
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I've been given instructions to run go get <some-remote-git-repo> which seems to succeed, but it's not clear to me where the package was installed to so I can run an executable from it.

Per it seems it will be installed in $GOPATH/bin but $GOPATH isn't defined in my shell (though the go get command seems to work fine). Go is installed via Homebrew.

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  • ds3464 2018-05-31 21:32

    I found the missing clue by running brew info go, which says:

    ==> Caveats
    A valid GOPATH is required to use the `go get` command.
    If $GOPATH is not specified, $HOME/go will be used by default:

    From that I found the executable in question at $HOME/go/bin.

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  • donglin9717 2019-01-22 05:40

    If you run go get and you already have the package it says nothing (even with the -v option). This is confusing if it's not in the first directory of your GOPATH. Ie you run go get , there is no error or any message but when you check the first directory of the GOPATH (which is where the doc says it should be) you can't find it.

    I eventually found it, but since I have a large GOPATH this was rather tedious.

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