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Go (Golang) Continuous Integration

Setting up a Golang project on Semaphore is easy. The first time you add a Go project, Semaphore will analyze it and propose some frequently used build commands to speed up the setup process. If needed, these commands can be customized to better suit your needs.

# CI environment for Go projects

The Semaphore platform supports the following Go versions:

  • 1.4.3
  • 1.5.4
  • 1.6.4
  • 1.7.6
  • 1.8.6
  • 1.9.7
  • 1.10.3
  • 1.11

Switching between different Go versions can be done in Project Settings or by adding the following command to your build commands:

change-go-version <version>

Valid values for <version> are 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8, 1.9 and 1.10.

To use change-go-version in a bash script, use the following command to load it:

#!/bin/sh

source /opt/change-go-version.sh

The $GOPATH environment variable is set to /home/runner/workspace which contains the bin, pkg and src folders.

Your project's root directory is represented with a symlink in the src folder of $GOPATH.

# Dependency management

Go project by default are configured to run:

go get -v -d ./… && go build -v ./…

The three dots (...) Go wildcard is used to expand to all package directories found in $GOPATH.

To achieve faster build times, we recommend caching your project's dependencies with godep.

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