What is Go Packages?
Go programs are organized into packages. A package is a collection of source files in the same directory that are compiled together. Functions, types, variables, and constants defined in one source file are visible to all other source files within the same package.
Go Packages is a tool in the Package Managers category of a tech stack.
Who uses Go Packages?
4 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Go Packages.
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