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The go command seems to be missing a way to ask where programs are being installed. I'd like to propose that go env GOBIN should return the location where go install would install programs even when GOBIN hasn't been overridden.
In short, go env GOBIN would never return an empty string.
In investigating how this could be implemented, I was reminded that there is code in cmd/go that takes into account multi-part GOPATH values when figuring out where to install binaries. At first glance, I think we'd want to have go env GOBIN use the same logic.
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