On 20 Jul 2016, at 1:51 AM, Erick Cardona <erick0zcr....@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi everyone, > > > I'm currently packaging a go project for educational purposes. Now I'm able > to build a package using the tools dh-make-golang and gbp(Awesome tools!!). I > was able to build a binary-only package but manually. I was wondering if > using gbp I could obtain a .deb which contains the binaries of the package? > Like the docker-engine.deb which contains the binaries of docker. > > PS: I'm really new to packaging, but looking further to join the Debian > community.
Hi Erick. The best way to make a new Debian package from a Go library is with dh-make-golang and gbp so you're on the right track there. Can you push what you've done so far to a git repo somewhere for review? I'm happy to take a look and give feedback. Tim.
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