GEPM. Browse, install and manage your Go packages in the terminal
If you’re someone who works with Go, you constantly spend a lot of time finding and installing packages. And what if you change you environment for something like docker or just use another machine? You also need to reinstall all the packages your code needs to run. GEPM can help you find go packages and install them with just one click.
All you need to do is run your last ever
go get command and you are ready to GO.
go get github.com/flakaal/gepm
Once you have GEPM installed you can search for a package by running:
gepm <package name>
GEPM will show you all the packages matching your search ranked by most popular ones.
To install a package you just need to enter the number of the package.
GEPM will install it to your
$GOPATH and create a file on current directory called
packages.json which contains all the dependecies of your project.
Next time you clone your project to another machine or build it in docker you just need to run
gepm and it will install all the packages for you.
Contribute to GEPM: https://github.com/flakaal/gepm