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x/vgo: no such file or directory #25674
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What version of Go are you using (
@AdamJacobMuller the repro you provided doesn't seem like valid shell to me, so I've taken a guess at the following:
At this point we must create a
Notice it will take the import path from
Now if we look at the available releases of
But then another thing to notice is that the CockroachDB support that you want to rely on has not actually made it to a release yet.
So taking these points together (project not converted to be a Go module, major version
At which point we can see how
Notice the pseudo-versions being used, pseudo versions that correspond (at the time of writing) to the
Finally do a build to check:
I'll close this issue for now therefore because I think your expectation that
But if there are any other issues, please feel free to comment back here or open a new issue.