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bundler for golang. inspired by gom.


$ gem install gondler


  1. Write your Gomfile
   gom 'github.com/golang/glog'
  1. Install dependency packages: gondler install
  2. Build your application: gondler build
  3. Run tests: gondler test


like gom's Gomfile

itself 'github.com/rosylilly/test'


gom 'github.com/golang/glog'
package 'github.com/golang/glog'

gom 'github.com/golang/glog', commit: 'c6f9652c7179652e2fd8ed7002330db089f4c9db'
gom 'github.com/golang/glog', branch: 'master'
gom 'github.com/golang/glog', tag: 'go1'

gom 'github.com/golang/glog', group: ['development', 'test']
group :development, :test do
  gom 'github.com/golang/glog'

gom 'github.com/golang/glog', os: ['linux', 'darwin']
os :linux, :darwin do
  gom 'github.com/golang/glog'


build           # Build with dependencies specified in your Gomfile
exec            # Execute a command in the context of Gondler
help [COMMAND]  # Describe available commands or one specific command
install         # Install the dependecies specified in your Gomfile
list            # Show all of the dependencies in the current bundle
repl            # REPL in the context of Gondler
test            # Test with dependencies specified in your Gomfile
version         # Print Gondler version

Custom commands

Gondler supports custom commands.

  1. Create a executable script file somewhere in your executable paths. It must use the following naming schema gondler-your-command.
  2. This file can be written in any scripting language or binaries.
  3. Now your could use it as gondler your-command.


  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request