On Fri, 29 Jan 2016 16:07:48 +0000, Adam D. Ruppe wrote:

> I'd love it if you could do `import thirdparty.independent;` and it
> magically works too - without even need for a configuration file or an
> install command. And the docs are right there and tutorials are written
> however the author feels like writing them.

That's how Go does it. It's not the case that Go doing things one way 
means that you should do the opposite, but it is an indication that you 
should look for other examples before following suit.

In the case of dependencies, they should always be versioned. The 
language and standard library should be stable enough that you don't have 
to specify a version you  depend on -- though that isn't always true. So 
are you going to include a version specifier in import statements now? 
That would be awkward.

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