I recommend not using apt, homebrew, or any other packaging system to install Go. It's better to install straight from source.
Note: Go release 2011-02-01 introduced an incompatible language change, and we haven't yet updated doozer to build under that release. You'll have to use release 2011-01-20.
$ GOROOT=$HOME/src/go # adjust this as you wish $ hg clone -r release.2011-01-20 https://go.googlecode.com/hg/ $GOROOT $ cd $GOROOT/src $ ./all.bash (put the value of $GOROOT/bin in your path)
Note: all.bash runs unit tests, and some of the tests
try to connect to Google servers over the internet.
If this causes problems, you can skip the network tests
by setting env var
DISABLE_NET_TESTS before running
For full details, see http://golang.org/doc/install.html.
You need the
$ sudo apt-get install protobuf-compiler (or) $ brew install protobuf
If you want to run doozer's tests, install http://bmizerany.github.com/roundup/.
$ git clone https://github.com/bmizerany/doozer.git $ cd doozer/src $ ./all.sh
This will build the rest of the dependencies and
all doozer packages and commands,
copy the commands into
and run tests.
Try It Out
$ doozerd >/dev/null 2>&1 & $ open http://localhost:8080/
This will start up one doozer process and show a web view of its contents.