dotj78335 2019-08-15 17:02
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Besides a few tutorials on Go I have no actual experience in it. I'm trying to take a project written in Go and converting it into a windows service.

I honestly haven't tried anything besides trying to find things to read over. I have found a few threads and choosen the best library I felt covered all of our needs

// Copyright 2012 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.

// +build windows

package main

import (


var elog debug.Log

type myservice struct{}

func (m *myservice) Execute(args []string, r <-chan svc.ChangeRequest, changes chan<- svc.Status) (ssec bool, errno uint32) {
    const cmdsAccepted = svc.AcceptStop | svc.AcceptShutdown | svc.AcceptPauseAndContinue
    changes <- svc.Status{State: svc.StartPending}
    fasttick := time.Tick(500 * time.Millisecond)
    slowtick := time.Tick(2 * time.Second)
    tick := fasttick
    changes <- svc.Status{State: svc.Running, Accepts: cmdsAccepted}
    for {
        select {
        case <-tick:
            elog.Info(1, "beep")
        case c := <-r:
            switch c.Cmd {
            case svc.Interrogate:
                changes <- c.CurrentStatus
                // Testing deadlock from
                time.Sleep(100 * time.Millisecond)
                changes <- c.CurrentStatus
            case svc.Stop, svc.Shutdown:
                // is verifying this output.
                testOutput := strings.Join(args, "-")
                testOutput += fmt.Sprintf("-%d", c.Context)
                elog.Info(1, testOutput)
                break loop
            case svc.Pause:
                changes <- svc.Status{State: svc.Paused, Accepts: cmdsAccepted}
                tick = slowtick
            case svc.Continue:
                changes <- svc.Status{State: svc.Running, Accepts: cmdsAccepted}
                tick = fasttick
                elog.Error(1, fmt.Sprintf("unexpected control request #%d", c))
    changes <- svc.Status{State: svc.StopPending}

func runService(name string, isDebug bool) {
    var err error
    if isDebug {
        elog = debug.New(name)
    } else {
        elog, err = eventlog.Open(name)
        if err != nil {
    defer elog.Close()

    elog.Info(1, fmt.Sprintf("starting %s service", name))
    run := svc.Run
    if isDebug {
        run = debug.Run
    err = run(name, &myservice{})
    if err != nil {
        elog.Error(1, fmt.Sprintf("%s service failed: %v", name, err))
    elog.Info(1, fmt.Sprintf("%s service stopped", name))

So I spent some time going over this code. Tested it out to see what it does. It performs as it should.

The question I have is we currently have a Go program that takes in arguments and for our service we pass in server. Which spins up our stuff on a localhost webpage.

I believe the code above may have something to do with that but I'm lost at how I would actually get it spin off our exe with the correct arguements. Is this the right spot to call main?

Im sorry if this is vague. I dont know exactly how to make this interact with our already exisiting exe.

I can get that modified if I know what needs to be changed. I appreacite any help.

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