These days, I'm playing with Go lang. Now I'm ready to contribute a lot of Go related repos! However, I have one thing that I'm not happy. Azure provide a lot of Great Go projects. However, I can't find the API document on the internet. I can read the code, however, API document might help to understand the overview much more quickly. All I can do is clone the repo, then execute, configure the repo, finally I can execute godoc command. Finally, I can see it locally.
I need the document without I do something! Hey Let's build it.
I come up with very simple idea.
- Create a Dockerfile which include go get for the repo which I want the api doc.
- After the go gets, Dockerfile execute godoc command.
- DockerHub detect the change, then it automatically build it.
- App Service (Linux) get notification through webhook, then it pull the new image
Now, you can see the document site.
Currently I support two projects
If you need to additional project document, feel free to contribute this repo. All you need is, clone / edit Dockerfile.
FROM golang:1.8 MAINTAINER Tsuyoshi Ushio # go-autorest RUN go get github.com/Azure/go-autorest/autorest # Azure SDK for go RUN go get github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-go/arm/advisor RUN go get github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-go/arm/analysisservices RUN go get github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-go/arm/apimanagement : EXPOSE 80 ENTRYPOINT godoc -http :80
Just add new go get entry for the project that you want. After test it in your local environment, send me a pull request.
I hope this simple project helps.