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馃悰 Fix go-json generator. #1806

merged 1 commit into from Mar 5, 2022


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@thylong thylong commented Mar 5, 2022

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$ go generate ./... generates panic as import paths have changed over time.
This commit free this command execution from panics.

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When running $ go generate ./..., the command panics with the following error message :

panic: open <parent_of_fiber_root_directory>/fiber/internal/encoder/vm/vm.go: no such file or directory

goroutine 1 [running]:
        <parent_of_fiber_root_directory>/fiber/internal/go-json/cmd/generator/main.go:314 +0x6c
exit status 2
internal/go-json/cmd/generator/main.go:311: running "go": exit status 1

The culprits reside in the filepath.Join() statements in :

filepath.Join(repoRoot(), "internal", "encoder", pkg, "vm.go")
# and
filepath.Join("internal", "cmd", "generator")

# those constructed paths do not exist anymore !

By adding go-json directory in the join statements, the generated paths exists. The generator can now freely write/override the vm.go file 馃檪

go generate ./... generates panic as import paths have
probably changed over time. This commit free this command
from panics.
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efectn commented Mar 5, 2022


@efectn efectn merged commit df85b62 into gofiber:master Mar 5, 2022
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