Before you can use Revel, first you need to install Go.
Set up your GOPATH
If you have not created a GOPATH as part of the installation, do so now. The
is a directory where all of your Go code will live. Here is one way of setting it up:
- Make a directory:
- Tell Go to use that as your GOPATH:
- Save your GOPATH so that it will apply to all future shell sessions:
echo export GOPATH=$GOPATH >> ~/.bash_profile
Note that depending on your shell, you may need to adjust (3) to write the export into a different configuration file (e.g. ~/.bashrc, *~/.zshrc, etc.).
Now your Go installation is complete.
Install git and hg
Git and Mercurial are required to allow
go get to clone various dependencies.
Get the Revel framework
To get the Revel framework, run
go get github.com/revel/revel
This command does a couple of things:
- Go uses git to clone the repository into
- Go transitively finds all of the dependencies and runs
go geton them as well.
Get and Build the Revel command line tool
go get to install:
go get github.com/revel/cmd/revel
$GOPATH/bin directory is in your PATH so that you can reference the command from anywhere.
Verify that it works:
$ revel Usage: revel [OPTIONS] <command> Application Options: -v, --debug If set the logger is set to verbose --historic-run-mode If set the runmode is passed a string not json --historic-build-mode If set the code is scanned using the original parsers, not the go.1.11+ -X, --build-flags= These flags will be used when building the application. May be specified multiple times, only applicable for Build, Run, Package, Test commands --gomod-flags= These flags will execute go mod commands for each flag, this happens during the build process Available commands: build clean new package run test version