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kratos, the client emulator

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Websocket wrapper that provides a simple API for making new connections, sending messages on that connection, and providing a way to handle received messages.

How to Install

This project uses glide to manage its dependencies. To install, first download glide at the provided link, and then create a glide.yaml in $GOPATH/src/myProject (where myProject is the project that you're using kratos with). Running glide install with a properly formatted glide.yaml should pull down kratos and then all the dependencies that kratos has.

Sample glide.yaml to Build kratos/example/main.go

Below is a sample glide.yaml that you can use in conjunction with the instructions (located further down in this README).

package: myProject
- package:

Instructions for Building Sample main.go File:

  • make sure that you have golang installed and running
  • make sure that you have glide installed
  • change directories in your computer to the directory that you want kratos to live in (henceforth called <root>)
  • we’ll call the “project” we’re creating to run the kratos sample file myProject
$ #create the directories for myProject from <root>
$ mkdir -p myProject/src/myProject
$ # move in to the top level of the newly created directory and
$ # set your $GOPATH to point there (this is for dependencies and such)
$ cd <root>/myProject
$ export GOPATH=`pwd`
$ # put the provided glide.yaml file (shown above),
$ # in the directory <root>/myProject/src/myProject
$ # run `glide install` from <root>/myProject/src/myProject
$ # (will only work if you put the `glide.yaml` file in this directory)
$ glide install
$ # copy the main.go file included in kratos into <root>/myProject/src/myProject
$ cd <root>/myProject/src/myProject
$ cp <root>/myProject/src/myProject/vendor/ .
$ # run `glide up` so we can grab the stuff that `main.go` says it needs
$ # these weren't grabbed initially by glide since glide didn't have any import
$ # statements to look at within code
$ cd <root>/myProject/src/myProject
$ glide up
$ # change directories to <root>/myProject/src/myProject and build myProject
$ cd <root>/myProject/src/myProject
$ go build
$ # run the example file
$ ./myProject