Yesterday Russ Cox announced vgo, a drop in replacement for the go tool designed to handle package versioning. While it is still an experiment, it is a pretty unexpected change given that everyone thought dep was going to become the official dependency management tool. If you haven’t already, you should start by reading Russ’ post as well as the tour he provides. It is a great overview of what vgo is, even if many people have misinterpreted a few things in the post.
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