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$ cd $GOPATH/upspin.io
$ go doc ./errors
what comes out is the package docs for the Go standard error package, which is not the right answer. Instead, the ./ should mean to look in upspin.io/errors first.
It's even possible that if I say
$ cd $GOPATH/upspin.io/path
$ go doc errors
(no ./) it should prefer the local errors package from the upspin.io repo. Not sure about that.
But certainly ./ should mean something.
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@robpike should we milestone this for 1.11 if you're planning on working on it?
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Change https://golang.org/cl/98396 mentions this issue: cmd/doc: make local dot-slash path names work
cmd/doc: make local dot-slash path names work
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