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What version of Go are you using (
This is working as intended. (It's a bit confusing, but arguably less confusing than the alternatives.)
When you started out, you had a direct requirement on
In this specific case, we theoretically have enough information to prune out the dependency. However, in the general case that can get expensive: if the main module depends on some other package
Thanks for a great explanation, Brian!
Actually the common usage will be
Which leads to the minimal case of upgrading a single dependency with
Let's reopen the issue to update the docs?