GooGet (Googet's Obviously Only a Goofy Experimental Title) is a modular package repository solution primarily designed for Windows.
GooGet is shipped with the official Google Cloud Platform Windows images and is used to maintain the guest environment.
This is not an official Google product.
Run build.ps1/build.sh to build GooGet for Windows. To package googet run
go run goopack/goopack.go googet.goospec
This will result in googet.x86_64.VERSION.goo which can be installed on a
machine with the
googet install command (assuming googet is already
To install on a fresh machine copy both googet.exe and the googet package over and run:
googet -root 'c:/ProgramData/GooGet' install googet googet.x86_64.VERSION.goo
GooGet has the ability to use a conf file to change a few of the default settings. Place a file named googet.conf in the googet root.
proxyserver: http://address_to_proxy:port archs: [noarch, x86_64] cachelife: 10m
Google Cloud Storage as a back-end
Googet supports using Google Cloud Storage as its server.
set GOOREPO=%TEMP%\googet-repo set REPONAME=my_repo mkdir %GOOREPO%\%REPONAME% mkdir %GOOREPO%\packages go run goopack/goopack.go googet.goospec copy *.goo %GOOREPO%\packages go run server\gooserve.go -root %GOOREPO% -save_index %GOOREPO%\%REPONAME%\index gsutil mb --project my-project my-googet-server gsutil rsync -r %GOOREPO% gs://my-googet-server ./googet.exe addrepo gcs gs://my-googet-server rem This command should print 'gcs: gs://my-googet-server' ./googet.exec listrepos rem This command should list the googet package and any other packages in your repo ./googet.exe available -sources gs://my-googet-server/
Note that you must regenerate the index and re-upload it to your bucket each time you add or change packges.