I looked deeper into the issue.
It’s a case of ensuring all the right libraries are installed for CGO to compile against different operating systems.
Docker seems and excellent fit, there’s even a docker container for CGO.
Run goreleaser/goreleaserrm Starts with a fresh docker container each time.
com/:org/:repo Creates a volume on the docker container with the contents on of the current directory.
com/:org/:repoSets the working directory to the code that was created in the go/srcdirectory.
Note: remember to replace :organd :repo with your repository details.
releasing using goreleaser 0.
loading config file file=.
[TRUNCATED]building binary=dist/darwin_amd64/mailchain⨯ release failed after 163.
82s error=failed to build for darwin_amd64: go build github.
com/ethereum/go-ethereum/crypto/secp256k1: build constraints exclude all Go files in /go/pkg/mod/github.
go:96:19: undefined: ipcListen/go/pkg/mod/github.
go:50:10: undefined: newIPCConnectionWe are making progress…But I get a different error this time that does not look related to CGO.
It is though, github.
26/crypto/secp256k1 is the location of the C dependency.
Looks like I need is a docker container that has CGO libraries and is able to cross compile into Linux, OSX, and Windows.
Enter goreleaser-xcgo, a docker container with all of the required binaries and the latest version of GoReleaser.
Usage is similar to before.
Run with https://github.
com/mailchain/goreleaser-xcgoSuccess!!! :)This time it creates all the binaries are built.
• releasing using goreleaser 0.
[TRUNCATED]• BUILDING BINARIES • building binary=dist/darwin_amd64/mailchain • building binary=dist/linux_amd64/mailchain • building binary=dist/windows_amd64/mailchain.
[TRUNCATED]• release succeeded after 330.
99sTo see it working the configuration file .
yml is here, to see how its integrated with travis here is the .
If you want to find out more about what we are building at Mailchain find us at https://github.
com/mailchain/mailchainThanks.. More details