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gohack - Make temporary edits to your Go module dependencies

  •    Go

You might want to put a sneaky log.Printf statement to find out how some internal data structure works, or perhaps try out a bug fix to see if it solves your latest problem. But since all those external modules are in read-only directories, it's hard to change them. And you really don't want to change them anyway, because that will break the integrity checking that the Go tool does when building. Luckily the modules system provides a way around this: you can add a replace statement to the go.mod file which substitutes the contents of a directory holding a module for the readonly cached copy. You can of course do this manually, but gohack aims to make this process pain-free.

ego - Ego is a full-stack web framework written in Go, lightweight and efficient front-end component solutions, based on gin

  •    Go

Ego is a full-stack web framework written in Go, lightweight and efficient front-end component solutions, based on gin. The front-end is compiled, does not affect the back-end.This is a work in progress.

vim-vgo - Vim syntax highlighting for golang.org/x/vgo go.mod

  •    Vim

Vim syntax highlighting for golang.org/x/vgo go.mod.

gex - The implementation of clarify best practice for tool dependencies.

  •    Go

The implementation of clarify best practice for tool dependencies. The tool will be managed in tools.go and its version will be managed by Modules or dep.




msgoraph - An Unmaintained Go Client for Microsoft's Graph API

  •    Go

A prototype zero dependency Go Client for Microsoft's Graph API. This library is not under active development. It (probably) works as it stands, but is very incomplete and I don't have the intention of building it out further at this time. Think of it as an academic exercise; maybe learn from it, or fork it if you'd like.






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