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Support multiple versions of Go #11

bradleyfalzon opened this Issue Nov 5, 2016 · 0 comments


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bradleyfalzon commented Nov 5, 2016

As as user, I would like to know which versions of Go my project fails to compile on, so I know the minimum Go version required and if a PR changes (increases or decreases) this.

This would likely work closely with running Go tests #9, as my project may require specific behaviour in later versions (where Go would still compile fine) as opposed to new feature (where older Go versions wouldn't have the same exported types/functions etc).

Users may also like to test against tip, but not have these failures break the build (requires #3).

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