Code Coverage for Golang Integration Tests with Build Tags

I’ve been writing a lot of Golang code lately. For the most part, I always write unit and integration tests for whatever program that I am building. I’ve been using VSCode as my IDE and really like it. The one thing that I was having trouble with was getting the code coverage to show in the IDE for my integration tests.

I have a different build tag in my unit test code and my integration test code so that I → Continue reading “Code Coverage for Golang Integration Tests with Build Tags”

Configuring a Bitbucket Pipeline for a Golang Project with Privately Hosted Dependencies

Go’s dependency management is based solely on git repos. Most of the libraries have publicly available repos from which you can clone the source and then build your project.

In my case, most of the Go that I’m writing ends up in private repos in Bitbucket. Currently, I’ve got a program that I am writing that is dependent on a library that I have written that is hosted as a private repo in Bitbucket. I wanted to setup a Bitbucket → Continue reading “Configuring a Bitbucket Pipeline for a Golang Project with Privately Hosted Dependencies”