`import "golang.org/x/tools/refactor/importgraph"`

Package importgraph computes the forward and reverse import dependency graphs for all packages in a Go workspace.

A Graph is an import dependency graph, either forward or reverse.

The graph maps each node (a package import path) to the set of its successors in the graph. For a forward graph, this is the set of imported packages (prerequisites); for a reverse graph, it is the set of importing packages (clients).

Graph construction inspects all imports in each package's directory, including those in _test.go files, so the resulting graph may be cyclic.

Build scans the specified Go workspace and builds the forward and reverse import dependency graphs for all its packages. It also returns a mapping from canonical import paths to errors for packages whose loading was not entirely successful. A package may appear in the graph and in the errors mapping. All package paths are canonical and may contain "/vendor/".

Search returns all the nodes of the graph reachable from any of the specified roots, by following edges forwards. Relationally, this is the reflexive transitive closure.

Package importgraph imports 3 packages (graph) and is imported by 28 packages. Updated 2020-09-22. Refresh now. Tools for package owners.