I am new to go and working on an example code that I want to localize.
In the original
main.go import statement it was:
import ( "log" "net/http" "github.com/foo/bar/myapp/common" "github.com/foo/bar/myapp/routers" )
Now I have
routers package in
So I converted the import statement to:
import ( "log" "net/http" "./common" "./routers" )
But when I run
go install myapp I get these errors:
can't load package: /home/me/go/src/myapp/main.go:7:3: local import "./common" in non-local package
Also, when I use
routers instead of
./routers in the import statement, I get:
myapp/main.go:7:3: cannot find package "common" in any of: /usr/local/go/src/common (from $GOROOT) /home/me/go/src/common (from $GOPATH) myapp/main.go:8:2: cannot find package "routers" in any of: /usr/local/go/src/routers (from $GOROOT) /home/me/go/src/routers (from $GOPATH)
How can I fix this?
Well, I figured out the problem.
Basically Go starting path for import is
So I just needed to add
myapp in front of the package names, that is, the import should be:
import ( "log" "net/http" "myapp/common" "myapp/routers" )
Answered By – Karlom
Answer Checked By – Pedro (GoLangFix Volunteer)