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x/pkgsite: use pkg.go.dev as source to determine impacts of breaking changes #37135
Someone must examine and confirm this is a valid issue and not a duplicate of an existing one.
Although it seems
pkg.go.devdoes not provide API for the moment it is something currently discussed according to https://blog.golang.org/pkg.go.dev-2020.
One feature of
pkg.go.devis to track who imports what and that could be useful to determine the consequences of modifying public structs and methods.
pkg.go.devcould provide an API to list packages which import specified packages, a tool could be written to assert the magnitude of the disruption a series of git commits in a project would provoke in the go eco-system.
Such tool could be part of the go mod toolchain, e.g.:
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