Do you love the simplicity of being able to download & compile golang applications with
'go get', but wish it were easier to manage the compiled binaries?
- GitHub : https://github.com/TekWizely/bingo
Bingo makes installing and managing golang-compiled binaries a bit easier.
- Keeps a link between the installed binary and the source package
- Can install binaries to a location of your choice
- Can control the name of the installed binary
- Can install multiple versions of the same package (using different names for the binary)
- Each binary's source package is isolated and managed in its own separate
To install a binary with bingo, use the golang application's full package path, same as you would with
$ bingo install github.com/golang/example/hello Installing binary hello from package github.com/golang/example/hello Downloading package (folder: '~/.bingo/pkg/hello') Compiling package Installing binary (file: '~/.bingo/bin/hello') Done $ ~/.bingo/bin/hello Hello, Go examples!
By default, the installed binary will be named after the last folder element in its package path.
As you saw above, installing the
github.com/golang/example/hello package installed a binary named
You can override this behavior and specify the binary name at the time of installation:
install hello example as 'foo'
$ bingo install -n foo -q github.com/golang/example/hello $ ~/.bingo/bin/foo Hello, Go examples!
To see a list of installed binaries, use the
$ bingo installed -p Bingo-managed binaries (folder: '~/.bingo/bin') - foo github.com/golang/example/hello - hello github.com/golang/example/hello
If you need a reminder of which package a binary was compiled/installed from, you can use the
$ bingo package hello github.com/golang/example/hello
uninstall command to uninstall binaries:
$ bingo uninstall foo Uninstalling binary foo from package github.com/golang/example/hello Removing binary (file: '~/.bingo/bin/foo') Removing package (folder: '~/.bingo/pkg/foo') Done $ bingo installed -q hello
NOTE: Uninstalling a binary also removes the associated package folder.
Bingo exists as a Runfile, and requires the Run tool to operate:
Bingo (currently) uses
bash for its command scripts.
Bingo uses symbolic links to associate binaries to their packages.
The scripts use
readlink to resolve symbolic links.
See the Releases page for downloadable archives of versioned releases.
While brew core support is in the works, I have also created a tap to ensure the latest version is always available:
install bingo directly from tap
$ brew install tekwizely/tap/bingo
install tap to track updates
$ brew tap tekwizely/tap $ brew install bingo
See the Work Folders section on the project's main page for details on configuring the various folders needed by bingo, including which folder to install binaries in.
tekwizely/bingo project is released under the MIT License.
Although designed as a set of toy scripts to play around with the idea, bingo is trying to take itself seriously and make a real run at being a useful tool.
If you're looking for better ways to manage binaries installed via
'go get', I hope you will give my project a try.
I am happy to answer any questions you might have.
Thank you for your time,
-TekWizely ( https://github.com/TekWizely )
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