View File go-gorun.spec of Package go-gorun (Project devel:languages:go)
# spec file for package go-gorun
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Summary: Enables Go source files to be used as scripts
gorun is a tool enabling one to put a "bang line" in the source code of a Go
program to run it, or to run such a source code file explicitly. It was created
in an attempt to make experimenting with Go more appealing to people used to
Python and similar languages which operate most visibly with source code.
%setup -q -n gorun