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Published: Jun 7, 2020 License: BSD-3-Clause Imports: 19 Imported by: 0

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Overview

Package load loads packages.

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Constants

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const (
	// UseVendor means that loadImport should do vendor expansion
	// (provided the vendoring experiment is enabled).
	// That is, useVendor means that the import path came from
	// a source file and has not been vendor-expanded yet.
	// Every import path should be loaded initially with useVendor,
	// and then the expanded version (with the /vendor/ in it) gets
	// recorded as the canonical import path. At that point, future loads
	// of that package must not pass useVendor, because
	// disallowVendor will reject direct use of paths containing /vendor/.
	UseVendor = 1 << iota

	// GetTestDeps is for download (part of "go get") and indicates
	// that test dependencies should be fetched too.
	GetTestDeps
)

Mode flags for loadImport and download (in get.go).

Variables

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var DebugDeprecatedImportcfg debugDeprecatedImportcfgFlag

DebugDeprecatedImportcfg is installed as the undocumented -debug-deprecated-importcfg build flag. It is useful for debugging subtle problems in the go command logic but not something we want users to depend on. The hope is that the "deprecated" will make that clear. We intend to remove this flag in Go 1.11.

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var IgnoreImports bool // control whether we ignore imports in packages

Functions

func ClearCmdCache

func ClearCmdCache()

func ClearPackageCache

func ClearPackageCache()

func ClearPackageCachePartial

func ClearPackageCachePartial(args []string)

func FindVendor

func FindVendor(path string) (index int, ok bool)

FindVendor looks for the last non-terminating "vendor" path element in the given import path. If there isn't one, FindVendor returns ok=false. Otherwise, FindVendor returns ok=true and the index of the "vendor".

Note that terminating "vendor" elements don't count: "x/vendor" is its own package, not the vendored copy of an import "" (the empty import path). This will allow people to have packages or commands named vendor. This may help reduce breakage, or it may just be confusing. We'll see.

func ImportPaths

func ImportPaths(args []string) []string

ImportPaths returns the import paths to use for the given command line.

func ImportPathsNoDotExpansion

func ImportPathsNoDotExpansion(args []string) []string

ImportPathsNoDotExpansion returns the import paths to use for the given command line, but it does no ... expansion.

func IsMetaPackage

func IsMetaPackage(name string) bool

IsMetaPackage checks if name is a reserved package name that expands to multiple packages.

func LinkerDeps

func LinkerDeps(p *Package) []string

LinkerDeps returns the list of linker-induced dependencies for main package p.

func MatchPackage

func MatchPackage(pattern, cwd string) func(*Package) bool

MatchPackage(pattern, cwd)(p) reports whether package p matches pattern in the working directory cwd.

func MatchPackages

func MatchPackages(pattern string) []string

MatchPackages returns a list of package paths matching pattern (see go help packages for pattern syntax).

func MatchPackagesInFS

func MatchPackagesInFS(pattern string) []string

MatchPackagesInFS returns a list of package paths matching pattern, which must begin with ./ or ../ (see go help packages for pattern syntax).

func SafeArg

func SafeArg(name string) bool

SafeArg reports whether arg is a "safe" command-line argument, meaning that when it appears in a command-line, it probably doesn't have some special meaning other than its own name. Obviously args beginning with - are not safe (they look like flags). Less obviously, args beginning with @ are not safe (they look like GNU binutils flagfile specifiers, sometimes called "response files"). To be conservative, we reject almost any arg beginning with non-alphanumeric ASCII. We accept leading . _ and / as likely in file system paths. There is a copy of this function in cmd/compile/internal/gc/noder.go.

func SetCmdlinePatterns

func SetCmdlinePatterns(args []string)

SetCmdlinePatterns records the set of patterns given on the command line, for use by the PerPackageFlags.

func VendoredImportPath

func VendoredImportPath(parent *Package, path string) (found string)

VendoredImportPath returns the expansion of path when it appears in parent. If parent is x/y/z, then path might expand to x/y/z/vendor/path, x/y/vendor/path, x/vendor/path, vendor/path, or else stay path if none of those exist. VendoredImportPath returns the expanded path or, if no expansion is found, the original.

Types

type CoverVar

type CoverVar struct {
	File string // local file name
	Var  string // name of count struct
}

CoverVar holds the name of the generated coverage variables targeting the named file.

type ImportStack

type ImportStack []string

An ImportStack is a stack of import paths.

func (*ImportStack) Copy

func (s *ImportStack) Copy() []string

func (*ImportStack) Pop

func (s *ImportStack) Pop()

func (*ImportStack) Push

func (s *ImportStack) Push(p string)

type NoGoError

type NoGoError struct {
	Package *Package
}

func (*NoGoError) Error

func (e *NoGoError) Error() string

type Package

type Package struct {
	PackagePublic                 // visible in 'go list'
	Internal      PackageInternal // for use inside go command only
}

A Package describes a single package found in a directory.

func GoFilesPackage

func GoFilesPackage(gofiles []string) *Package

GoFilesPackage creates a package for building a collection of Go files (typically named on the command line). The target is named p.a for package p or named after the first Go file for package main.

func LoadImport

func LoadImport(path, srcDir string, parent *Package, stk *ImportStack, importPos []token.Position, mode int) *Package

LoadImport scans the directory named by path, which must be an import path, but possibly a local import path (an absolute file system path or one beginning with ./ or ../). A local relative path is interpreted relative to srcDir. It returns a *Package describing the package found in that directory.

func LoadPackage

func LoadPackage(arg string, stk *ImportStack) *Package

loadPackage is like loadImport but is used for command-line arguments, not for paths found in import statements. In addition to ordinary import paths, loadPackage accepts pseudo-paths beginning with cmd/ to denote commands in the Go command directory, as well as paths to those directories.

func PackageList

func PackageList(roots []*Package) []*Package

packageList returns the list of packages in the dag rooted at roots as visited in a depth-first post-order traversal.

func Packages

func Packages(args []string) []*Package

packages returns the packages named by the command line arguments 'args'. If a named package cannot be loaded at all (for example, if the directory does not exist), then packages prints an error and does not include that package in the results. However, if errors occur trying to load dependencies of a named package, the named package is still returned, with p.Incomplete = true and details in p.DepsErrors.

func PackagesAndErrors

func PackagesAndErrors(args []string) []*Package

packagesAndErrors is like 'packages' but returns a *Package for every argument, even the ones that cannot be loaded at all. The packages that fail to load will have p.Error != nil.

func PackagesForBuild

func PackagesForBuild(args []string) []*Package

packagesForBuild is like 'packages' but fails if any of the packages or their dependencies have errors (cannot be built).

func ReloadPackage

func ReloadPackage(arg string, stk *ImportStack) *Package

reloadPackage is like loadPackage but makes sure not to use the package cache.

func TestPackagesFor

func TestPackagesFor(p *Package, forceTest bool) (ptest, pxtest *Package, err error)

TestPackagesFor returns package structs ptest, the package p plus its test files, and pxtest, the external tests of package p. pxtest may be nil. If there are no test files, forceTest decides whether this returns a new package struct or just returns p.

func (*Package) AllFiles

func (p *Package) AllFiles() []string

AllFiles returns the names of all the files considered for the package. This is used for sanity and security checks, so we include all files, even IgnoredGoFiles, because some subcommands consider them. The go/build package filtered others out (like foo_wrongGOARCH.s) and that's OK.

func (*Package) InternalAllGoFiles

func (p *Package) InternalAllGoFiles() []string

InternalGoFiles returns the list of all Go files possibly relevant for the package, using absolute paths. "Possibly relevant" means that files are not excluded due to build tags, but files with names beginning with . or _ are still excluded.

func (*Package) InternalGoFiles

func (p *Package) InternalGoFiles() []string

InternalGoFiles returns the list of Go files being built for the package, using absolute paths.

func (*Package) UsesCgo

func (p *Package) UsesCgo() bool

usesCgo reports whether the package needs to run cgo

func (*Package) UsesSwig

func (p *Package) UsesSwig() bool

usesSwig reports whether the package needs to run SWIG.

func (*Package) Vendored

func (p *Package) Vendored(imports []string) []string

Vendored returns the vendor-resolved version of imports, which should be p.TestImports or p.XTestImports, NOT p.Imports. The imports in p.TestImports and p.XTestImports are not recursively loaded during the initial load of p, so they list the imports found in the source file, but most processing should be over the vendor-resolved import paths. We do this resolution lazily both to avoid file system work and because the eventual real load of the test imports (during 'go test') can produce better error messages if it starts with the original paths. The initial load of p loads all the non-test imports and rewrites the vendored paths, so nothing should ever call p.vendored(p.Imports).

type PackageError

type PackageError struct {
	ImportStack   []string // shortest path from package named on command line to this one
	Pos           string   // position of error
	Err           string   // the error itself
	IsImportCycle bool     `json:"-"` // the error is an import cycle
	Hard          bool     `json:"-"` // whether the error is soft or hard; soft errors are ignored in some places
}

A PackageError describes an error loading information about a package.

func (*PackageError) Error

func (p *PackageError) Error() string

type PackageInternal

type PackageInternal struct {
	// Unexported fields are not part of the public API.
	Build        *build.Package
	Imports      []*Package           // this package's direct imports
	RawImports   []string             // this package's original imports as they appear in the text of the program
	ForceLibrary bool                 // this package is a library (even if named "main")
	CmdlineFiles bool                 // package built from files listed on command line
	CmdlinePkg   bool                 // package listed on command line
	Local        bool                 // imported via local path (./ or ../)
	LocalPrefix  string               // interpret ./ and ../ imports relative to this prefix
	ExeName      string               // desired name for temporary executable
	CoverMode    string               // preprocess Go source files with the coverage tool in this mode
	CoverVars    map[string]*CoverVar // variables created by coverage analysis
	OmitDebug    bool                 // tell linker not to write debug information
	GobinSubdir  bool                 // install target would be subdir of GOBIN

	Asmflags   []string // -asmflags for this package
	Gcflags    []string // -gcflags for this package
	Ldflags    []string // -ldflags for this package
	Gccgoflags []string // -gccgoflags for this package
}

type PackagePublic

type PackagePublic struct {
	// Note: These fields are part of the go command's public API.
	// See list.go. It is okay to add fields, but not to change or
	// remove existing ones. Keep in sync with list.go
	Dir           string `json:",omitempty"` // directory containing package sources
	ImportPath    string `json:",omitempty"` // import path of package in dir
	ImportComment string `json:",omitempty"` // path in import comment on package statement
	Name          string `json:",omitempty"` // package name
	Doc           string `json:",omitempty"` // package documentation string
	Target        string `json:",omitempty"` // installed target for this package (may be executable)
	Shlib         string `json:",omitempty"` // the shared library that contains this package (only set when -linkshared)
	Goroot        bool   `json:",omitempty"` // is this package found in the Go root?
	Standard      bool   `json:",omitempty"` // is this package part of the standard Go library?
	Root          string `json:",omitempty"` // Go root or Go path dir containing this package
	ConflictDir   string `json:",omitempty"` // Dir is hidden by this other directory
	BinaryOnly    bool   `json:",omitempty"` // package cannot be recompiled

	// Stale and StaleReason remain here *only* for the list command.
	// They are only initialized in preparation for list execution.
	// The regular build determines staleness on the fly during action execution.
	Stale       bool   `json:",omitempty"` // would 'go install' do anything for this package?
	StaleReason string `json:",omitempty"` // why is Stale true?

	// Source files
	// If you add to this list you MUST add to p.AllFiles (below) too.
	// Otherwise file name security lists will not apply to any new additions.
	GoFiles        []string `json:",omitempty"` // .go source files (excluding CgoFiles, TestGoFiles, XTestGoFiles)
	CgoFiles       []string `json:",omitempty"` // .go sources files that import "C"
	IgnoredGoFiles []string `json:",omitempty"` // .go sources ignored due to build constraints
	CFiles         []string `json:",omitempty"` // .c source files
	CXXFiles       []string `json:",omitempty"` // .cc, .cpp and .cxx source files
	MFiles         []string `json:",omitempty"` // .m source files
	HFiles         []string `json:",omitempty"` // .h, .hh, .hpp and .hxx source files
	FFiles         []string `json:",omitempty"` // .f, .F, .for and .f90 Fortran source files
	SFiles         []string `json:",omitempty"` // .s source files
	SwigFiles      []string `json:",omitempty"` // .swig files
	SwigCXXFiles   []string `json:",omitempty"` // .swigcxx files
	SysoFiles      []string `json:",omitempty"` // .syso system object files added to package

	// Cgo directives
	CgoCFLAGS    []string `json:",omitempty"` // cgo: flags for C compiler
	CgoCPPFLAGS  []string `json:",omitempty"` // cgo: flags for C preprocessor
	CgoCXXFLAGS  []string `json:",omitempty"` // cgo: flags for C++ compiler
	CgoFFLAGS    []string `json:",omitempty"` // cgo: flags for Fortran compiler
	CgoLDFLAGS   []string `json:",omitempty"` // cgo: flags for linker
	CgoPkgConfig []string `json:",omitempty"` // cgo: pkg-config names

	// Dependency information
	Imports []string `json:",omitempty"` // import paths used by this package
	Deps    []string `json:",omitempty"` // all (recursively) imported dependencies

	// Error information
	Incomplete bool            `json:",omitempty"` // was there an error loading this package or dependencies?
	Error      *PackageError   `json:",omitempty"` // error loading this package (not dependencies)
	DepsErrors []*PackageError `json:",omitempty"` // errors loading dependencies

	// Test information
	// If you add to this list you MUST add to p.AllFiles (below) too.
	// Otherwise file name security lists will not apply to any new additions.
	TestGoFiles  []string `json:",omitempty"` // _test.go files in package
	TestImports  []string `json:",omitempty"` // imports from TestGoFiles
	XTestGoFiles []string `json:",omitempty"` // _test.go files outside package
	XTestImports []string `json:",omitempty"` // imports from XTestGoFiles
}

type PerPackageFlag

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

A PerPackageFlag is a command-line flag implementation (a flag.Value) that allows specifying different effective flags for different packages. See 'go help build' for more details about per-package flags.

var (
	BuildAsmflags   PerPackageFlag // -asmflags
	BuildGcflags    PerPackageFlag // -gcflags
	BuildLdflags    PerPackageFlag // -ldflags
	BuildGccgoflags PerPackageFlag // -gccgoflags
)

func (*PerPackageFlag) For

func (f *PerPackageFlag) For(p *Package) []string

For returns the flags to use for the given package.

func (*PerPackageFlag) Present

func (f *PerPackageFlag) Present() bool

Present reports whether the flag appeared on the command line.

func (*PerPackageFlag) Set

func (f *PerPackageFlag) Set(v string) error

Set is called each time the flag is encountered on the command line.

func (*PerPackageFlag) String

func (f *PerPackageFlag) String() string

String is required to implement flag.Value. It is not used, because cmd/go never calls flag.PrintDefaults.

type TargetDir

type TargetDir int
const (
	ToTool    TargetDir = iota // to GOROOT/pkg/tool (default for cmd/*)
	ToBin                      // to bin dir inside package root (default for non-cmd/*)
	StalePath                  // an old import path; fail to build
)

func InstallTargetDir

func InstallTargetDir(p *Package) TargetDir

InstallTargetDir reports the target directory for installing the command p.

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