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Re: Go's Tooling is an Undervalued Technology 7 months ago

From Vincent Bernat to ~skeeto/public-inbox

 ❦ 22 janvier 2020 11:11 -05, Christopher Wellons <wellons@nullprogram.com>:

> In my article I was specifically highlighting the case where you
> *don't* check them into source control, just distribute them in your a
> release tarball, so it has none of the downsides except making the
> "standalone" release tarball bigger. Future archivists would probably
> love to find these kinds of releases.

I have missed this point. This seems a very good compromise. But
tarballs are becoming extinct.


BTW, I love the idea of using a public-inbox for comments. If I was
still using Disqus, I would have adopted this system as well! This is

Re: Go's Tooling is an Undervalued Technology 7 months ago

From Vincent Bernat to ~skeeto/public-inbox

The vendoring is still controversial. Notably, it makes the git
repository bigger, pollutes diff and makes merge requests more
difficult. But the tooling around Go is now very good for it. Notably,
you can be sure vendored dependencies are pristine.

[PATCH drewdevault.com] Fix typo 1 year, 2 months ago

From Vincent Bernat to ~sircmpwn/public-inbox

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 _posts/2019-07-08-Announcing-annotations-for-sourcehut.md | 2 +-
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diff --git a/_posts/2019-07-08-Announcing-annotations-for-sourcehut.md b/_posts/2019-07-08-Announcing-annotations-for-sourcehut.md
index 846fbbf8d23a..97d7ff4fc83c 100644
--- a/_posts/2019-07-08-Announcing-annotations-for-sourcehut.md
+++ b/_posts/2019-07-08-Announcing-annotations-for-sourcehut.md
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ language you can find a parser for.

I'll be going into some detail on the thought process that went into this
feature's design and implementation in a moment, but if you're just excited and
want to try it out, here are a few interesting annoated repos to browse:
want to try it out, here are a few interesting annotated repos to browse:
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