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One of those “duh” moments: “go –version” says there is no “go -version”, but there is “go version”

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/03/20

One of those “duh” moments: go --version says there is no go -version, but there is go version as shown below.

It is even at [WayBack] Print Go version right in the middle of this 30 page [WayBackgo – The Go Programming Language.

On the hunt for that, I found this very interesting link for when you have binaries built with go and need the version: [WayBack] How to find out which Go version built your binary | Dave Cheney.

$ go --version
flag provided but not defined: -version
Go is a tool for managing Go source code.
Usage:
        go command [arguments]
The commands are:
        build       compile packages and dependencies
        clean       remove object files and cached files
        doc         show documentation for package or symbol
        env         print Go environment information
        bug         start a bug report
        fix         update packages to use new APIs
        fmt         gofmt (reformat) package sources
        generate    generate Go files by processing source
        get         download and install packages and dependencies
        install     compile and install packages and dependencies
        list        list packages
        run         compile and run Go program
        test        test packages
        tool        run specified go tool
        version     print Go version
        vet         report likely mistakes in packages
Use "go help [command]" for more information about a command.
Additional help topics:
        c           calling between Go and C
        buildmode   build modes
        cache       build and test caching
        filetype    file types
        gopath      GOPATH environment variable
        environment environment variables
        importpath  import path syntax
        packages    package lists
        testflag    testing flags
        testfunc    testing functions
Use "go help [topic]" for more information about that topic.

 

–jeroen

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