--- Comment #5 from Sascha Peilicke <speilicke(a)suse.com> 2011-12-07 13:20:43 UTC
Thanks for spotting that. I accepted your request to d:l:g and forwarded to
(In reply to comment #2)
Actually it is very bad that devel:languages:go go
package is tracking
something newer than the 60.x release as until Go1 it will be a moving target
and no package will ever build. Very basic stuff like os.Error was changed.
currently a lot in d:l:g is broken. Until now, this was the case for
almost every Go update we made.
But waiting for upstream packages to adjust wont happen. Some upstream packages
aren't developed any further, others immediately catch the most recent changes
from Go. Thus we're fixing them one by one and submit stuff upstream.
If users want to contribute packages, they will have a
hard time building them
against a moving target. I recommend to keep devel:languages:go with r60.x
until Go1 is released.
Graham and me are still able to port stuff that got broke in
the meantime, so
there's no real issue here yet. Go is a moving target and will be even after
Go1, such is Factory. Thus, I submitted a whole bunch of Go packages to 12.1 in
order to have a stable version. I agree, once Go1 is there, we may want to
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