This repository holds supplemental Go packages for low-level interactions with the operating system.
The easiest way to install is to run
go get -u golang.org/x/sys. You can
also manually git clone the repository to
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|cpu||Package cpu implements processor feature detection for various CPU architectures.|
|internal/unsafeheader||Package unsafeheader contains header declarations for the Go runtime's slice and string implementations.|
|unix||Package unix contains an interface to the low-level operating system primitives.|
|windows||Package windows contains an interface to the low-level operating system primitives.|
|windows/mkwinsyscall||mkwinsyscall generates windows system call bodies It parses all files specified on command line containing function prototypes (like syscall_windows.go) and prints system call bodies to standard output.|
|windows/registry||Package registry provides access to the Windows registry.|
|windows/svc||Package svc provides everything required to build Windows service.|
|windows/svc/debug||Package debug provides facilities to execute svc.Handler on console.|
|windows/svc/eventlog||Package eventlog implements access to Windows event log.|
|windows/svc/example||Example service program that beeps.|
|windows/svc/mgr||Package mgr can be used to manage Windows service programs.|