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logger.go:61:3: l.SetOutput undefined (type *logrus.Logger has no field or method SetOutput) #1867

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ctalladen78 opened this issue Dec 13, 2019 · 1 comment

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@ctalladen78 ctalladen78 commented Dec 13, 2019

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running my first ever buffalo app.
disappointing.

buffalo CLI throws an error with default new app

github.com/gobuffalo/buffalo/plugins/plugdeps
# github.com/gobuffalo/buffalo/plugins/plugdeps
../../github.com/gobuffalo/buffalo/plugins/plugdeps/plugin.go:15:11: undefined: meta.BuildTags
github.com/gobuffalo/logger
# github.com/gobuffalo/logger
../../github.com/gobuffalo/logger/logger.go:61:3: l.SetOutput undefined (type *logrus.Logger has no field or method SetOutput)

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  1. create new buffalo app
  2. run $buffalo dev

Expected Behavior

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Well, if buffalo wanted to be the ruby on rails of golang, then it should have ran right away. it didnt

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What actually happended and what, exactly, is different than expected?

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@stanislas-m stanislas-m commented Dec 13, 2019

Hello @ctalladen78, can you please provide more information about your setup? It would help us a lot to understand the issue and help you.

We need at least the Go version you're using, the OS and if you use go modules or not. Thanks!

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