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package gocommand

import "golang.org/x/tools/internal/gocommand"

Package gocommand is a helper for calling the go command.

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invoke.go vendor.go

type Invocation Uses

type Invocation struct {
    Verb       string
    Args       []string
    BuildFlags []string
    Env        []string
    WorkingDir string
    Logf       func(format string, args ...interface{})
}

An Invocation represents a call to the go command.

type ModuleJSON Uses

type ModuleJSON struct {
    Path      string      // module path
    Replace   *ModuleJSON // replaced by this module
    Main      bool        // is this the main module?
    Indirect  bool        // is this module only an indirect dependency of main module?
    Dir       string      // directory holding files for this module, if any
    GoMod     string      // path to go.mod file for this module, if any
    GoVersion string      // go version used in module
}

ModuleJSON holds information about a module.

func VendorEnabled Uses

func VendorEnabled(ctx context.Context, inv Invocation, r *Runner) (*ModuleJSON, bool, error)

VendorEnabled reports whether vendoring is enabled. It takes a *Runner to execute Go commands with the supplied context.Context and Invocation. The Invocation can contain pre-defined fields, of which only Verb and Args are modified to run the appropriate Go command. Inspired by setDefaultBuildMod in modload/init.go

type Runner Uses

type Runner struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

An Runner will run go command invocations and serialize them if it sees a concurrency error.

func (*Runner) Run Uses

func (runner *Runner) Run(ctx context.Context, inv Invocation) (*bytes.Buffer, error)

Run is a convenience wrapper around RunRaw. It returns only stdout and a "friendly" error.

func (*Runner) RunPiped Uses

func (runner *Runner) RunPiped(ctx context.Context, inv Invocation, stdout, stderr io.Writer) error

RunPiped runs the invocation serially, always waiting for any concurrent invocations to complete first.

func (*Runner) RunRaw Uses

func (runner *Runner) RunRaw(ctx context.Context, inv Invocation) (*bytes.Buffer, *bytes.Buffer, error, error)

RunRaw runs the invocation, serializing requests only if they fight over go.mod changes.

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