On 17 Nov 2016, at 11:45 AM, Martín Ferrari <tin...@tincho.org> wrote: > > On 17/11/16 01:38, Potter, Tim (HPE Linux Support) wrote: > >> It looks like the vendored dependencies that have internal packages, x-net >> and golang-grpc, >> here are trying to be imported while being built using a longer package >> name: github.com/docker/containerd/vendor/src/google.golang.org/grpc vs >> google.golang.org/grpc >> but I don't understand why. > > I have suffered this recently while working on a new version of > google-cloud. Some stupid rules that golang wants to enforce..
Yes, that's the other package I've found too. >> My guess is that this was always happening but only now produces an error as >> upstreams >> are only just starting to add internal packages to their code. >> >> Any ideas on how to proceed? I was going to do something awful and rename >> the internal >> packages but would not be happy with that long-term. > > The first thing I'd say is that you should remove the vendoring, both > libraries you mention are already packaged! Indeed! But this is happening during the "go get" phase of dh-make-golang (I think) before it strips out the code from the Godeps and vendor directories. Man, what a pain! Tim. > > -- > Martín Ferrari (Tincho)
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