[pkg-golang-devel] [pkg-go] Security support for packages written in Go

Paul Tagliamonte paultag at debian.org
Tue Apr 5 22:05:21 UTC 2016

Love this idea, I wonder if the Import-Path XS header could help resolve
packages in a proof of concept
On Apr 5, 2016 5:54 PM, "Tianon Gravi" <tianon at debian.org> wrote:

> On 5 April 2016 at 14:47, Florian Weimer <fw at deneb.enyo.de> wrote:
> > We currently need these intermediate dependencies to discover all the
> > affected applications.  So perhaps dh_golang needs to construct the
> > transitive closure, instead of listing just immediate build
> > dependencies.  If we don't want to put this information into the
> > Packages file, maybe we can keep it in the separate debuginfo
> > packages.
> It _should_ be possible to adjust dh_golang to use "go list" in order
> to determine the exact full set of Go packages which the application
> code depends on, and then use _that_ list to cross-reference the files
> in /usr/share/gocode to get the real list of packages for Built-Using
> ( haven't verified whether it's feasible for dh_golang to do this, but
> it's pretty similar to how it's currently using "go list" to gather
> the list of packages to actually build).
> ♥,
> - Tianon
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