how to use glide installin a non-interactive way (CI) , avoiding the following message?
The authenticity of host 'github.com (18.104.22.168)' can't be established.
RSA key fingerprint is16:27:ac:a5:76:28:2d:36:63:1b:56:4d:eb:df:a6:48.
nevermind, I replaced the ssh source with an https
I used to be able to have a vendor dependency sit as a cloned git repo that I could develop against. Glide would complain if I had uncommitted changes. Now it blows away my cloned folder. Any advice on how to get the old behavior back? Should I go back to v0.11.1 or further? Hopefully I'm just missing a flag that clones repos into the vendor area. Currently without this feature my workflow and enjoyment are significantly impacted. Looking for advise. :smile:
Deleting the vendor folder and using v0.11.1 to glide install and I'm able work on my vendor'd libraries! Simple work around for easy VCS dependency development.
hello, I've just done
and only glide.lock got update, but glide.yaml did not reflect the change. there is an opened issue here: Masterminds/glide#827
Hi, glitter has a chat with golang developers, maybe someone knows?
I don't understand why it tries to "vendor" that, it's not a dependency per se. Can I just remove those from the glide.yaml?
When I remove the package lines of the "subpackages" from my glide.yaml, it fetches more stuff. It still prints a lot of errors "Error looking for myprivatedomain.com/myproject/cmd " and at the end says "Failed to retrieve a list of dependencies: Error resolving imports" and nothing is written to vendor/ directory
For a glide package just have the package line be the top level repo