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Posts for January, 2015

Replies Are Fixed

I ripped out the crappy ajax-y jQuery template stuff to retrieve replies. It broke at some point and I don't know why. Anyway, replies show up properly now sans-ajax.

Twitter Authentication Now Works

Twitter authentication now works. Comment away! I'll be posting a tutorial on this at some point as well.

Posting from Twitter

Twitter auth works!

Pages Are Broken!

It looks like pages are broken.  I think this is a caching issue, but I'm not positive.


If anyone reads this blog, hang tight, I'll have your precious pages back to you soon.

Golang Application Namespacing

I'm no guru when it comes to golang intricacies, and this one actually put me off go a few times, but I've finally figured out how to have your library and instance application play together in the same directory for go apps.


Here's a little clarification:


This is the basic go app structure that you're told to use from day one (so sayeth  It is correct.

However, this doesn't really help address say, "what if I want my library that I wrote and my application using it to live in the same git repository?"

The problem I run into is some sort of namespace clashing, where go complains about "package main" and "package myapp" existing in the same place.

Long story short, my solution was to create an "app" directory underneath my library's root directory, like this:

This seems to do the trick for my purposes, allowing me to maintain my library and instance code in the same git repository while allowing everything to compile properly.