However, if you want to do something like that, I made a simple tool written in Go - glice. A hierarchical tree diagram will be displayed on the program.

Kind regards, Andre--You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "golang-nuts" group. Me neither. To build the thing a want a git repo of the complete workspace but is this a best practice? Dependency injection (DI) is a great thing. Dependency Walker is a free and portable tool that can analyze any Windows module such as EXE, DLL, OCX, SYS and tell you the file’s dependencies. Simply run the program, click on File > Open and select the file that you want to check.

Did you ever want to check licenses of third-party dependencies in your Go project? Otherwise it reports which modules have been changed and causes 'go mod' to exit with a non-zero status. Glice - Golang dependency and license checker. Since Go is compiled language so in order to see if your code has an error or missing dependencies is by compiling your code. You can use go get as an alternative … Verify checks that the dependencies of the current module, which are stored in a local downloaded source cache, have not been modified since being downloaded. Dependency Walker. This article assumes zero existing knowledge of DI. But how and where do I check in the dependencies in my own package github repo so that I can check out my own repo and build it with say Jenkins. If all the modules are unmodified, verify prints "all modules verified." Even if you haven’t heard of the term, it’s likely that you have already used it. A powerful feature found on Dependency Walker is the ability to detect all kinds of …