Modcons is a CLI tool that inspects go.mod files for deprecated versions according to a set of deprecation rules.
github.com/myles-mcdonnell/blondie v1.0.0>=v3.0.0 #whitelist range equal or more than v1 less than v3 github.com/myles-mcdonnell/blondie =v0.8.0,v0.9.3 #whitelist v0.8.0 and v0.9.3 github.com/myles-mcdonnell/blondie !v1.5.7>=v1.8.3 #blacklist range equal or more than v1.5.7 less than 1.8.3 github.com/myles-mcdonnell/blondie !=v2.5.0 #blacklist
Where is modcop?
This project was initially named modcop until it was brought to my attention than a similar tool had already taken this name, which you can find here https://github.com/rogpeppe/modcop
The latest binaries for all supported operating systems are here
If you have Go tool installed you may also run:
go get -u github.com/go-tooling/modcons/...
Example CLI usage:
modcons --rulepath=http://my.domain.com/myrules.modcons --modpath=./go.mod --parseOnly=false
- Note that both path args may be local or http(s) urls.
parseOnlywill only parse the rule file and will not inspect the go.mod file
parseOnlyflag are optional, the default values are shown above
- If any deprecated references are identified modcons exits with code 1.