go-xdgbasedir - Package xdgbasedir implements a freedesktop XDG Base Directory Specification for Go

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Package xdgbasedir implements a freedesktop XDG Base Directory Specification for Go. XDG Base Directory Specification is mainly for GNU/Linux. It does not mention which directory to use with macOS(darwin) or windows. So, We referred to the qt standard paths document for the corresponding directory.

https://godoc.org/github.com/zchee/go-xdgbasedir
https://github.com/zchee/go-xdgbasedir

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