I want to use Go module vanity URLs for all of my projects, currently there are 2.
| project | go module | repository | | ------- | ------------------------- | ----------------------------- | | hnotes | hellerwach.com/go/hnotes | github.com/hellerwach/hnotes | | webring | hellerwach.com/go/webring | github.com/hellerwach/webring |
I have decided to use the normal way of setting up vanity URLs i.e. a small HTML file. These are located on my server at the specified location and to my knowledge, follow the conventions and standards of
| / |- go/ | |- hnotes | |- webring |-...
Downloading one project (
hnotes) works perfectly:
go install hellerwach.com/go/hnotes@latest
However, the other one does not work. Same command as above, but with the module identifier specified in the table outputs:
go install hellerwach.com/go/webring@latest
go: downloading hellerwach.com/go/webring v1.2.0 go: hellerwach.com/go/webring@latest: firstname.lastname@example.org: parsing go.mod: module declares its path as: hellerwach.com/go/hnotes but was required as: hellerwach.com/go/webring
The thing I noticed is that Go is downloading version 1.2.0 which is the latest in
hnotes repository, the latest in
webring being 1.0.0.
After a day of trial and error and thoroughly going through multiple pages of search engine results, I just do not know anymore. Is there anything some of you know?