Published : Mar 29, 2022
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Assess Worth exploring with the goal of understanding how it will affect your enterprise.
GoReleaser is a tool that automates the process of building and releasing a Go project for different architectures via multiple repositories and channels, a common need for Go projects targeting different platforms. You run the tool either from your local machine or via CI, with the tool available via several CI services thus minimizing set-up and maintenance. GoReleaser takes care of build, packaging, publishing and announcement of each release and supports different combinations of package format, package repository and source control. Although it's been around for a few years, we're surprised that more teams are not using it. If you're regularly releasing a Go codebase, this tool is worth assessing.