On 02/11/16 01:26, Martín Ferrari wrote:
> On 02/11/16 00:05, Martín Ferrari wrote:
>> On 01/11/16 21:44, Michael Hudson-Doyle wrote:
>>> Go 1.6 did that too, but the special behaviour here was removed for 1.7.
>>> gccgo-6 still has a version of the go tool based on 1.6 though, so
>>> (unfortunately) the GOROOT hack that
>>> 3852aaaac129b5154b63e2b86ba5db13390096ba calls "uneeded" is, in fact,
>>> needed for a little longer.

Well, after a few tries, I am not being able to make this work again.
Did this ever work for gccgo?

First, the symlinking to /usr/lib/go does not work, as that directory
does not exist when using gccgo.

But even if I avoid compiling godoc altogether, I get tons of other
errors when running the tests, about core libraries not being found:

could not import go/types (cannot find package "go/types" in any of:
        /usr/src/go/types (from $GOROOT)

Does anybody understand this?

Martín Ferrari (Tincho)

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