Ever see some tasty Go code in a GitHub Gist and want to try it out? What are you supposed to do, clone it into your own GitHub repo and
go get it from there? Copy it locally? What are you? A farmer?
What you really want is to
import "gist.github.com/UserName/11235813", but Gists don't support that.
Which is why I made this simple app to solve a problem. Instead of
import "go-gist.appspot.com/...", and the site will tell the Go tool to go fetch the contents of the Gist.
It's all described in the docs. Those guys thought of everything.
Try it out:
go get go-gist.appspot.com/ImJasonH/7791518
go get go-gist.appspot.com/ImJasonH/7791518/readyset
import ( //... readyset "go-gist.appspot.com/ImJasonH/7791518" )
import ( //... "go-gist.appspot.com/ImJasonH/7791518/readyset" )
By the way, this would be totally unnecessary if the Gist HTML page was served with the necessary
<meta> tag. If you work at GitHub or know someone who does, bug them to add a tag to their Gist HTML so I can turn this site off.
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