You can find extensive documentation on these tools, in particular staticcheck, on staticcheck.io.
It is recommended that you run released versions of the tools. These
releases can be found as git tags (e.g. 2019.1) as well as prebuilt
binaries in the releases tab.
The easiest way of using the releases from source is to use a Go
package manager such as Godep or Go modules. Alternatively you can use
a combination of git clone -b and go get to check out the
appropriate tag and download its dependencies.
You can also run the master branch instead of a release. Note that
while the master branch is usually stable, it may still contain new
checks or backwards incompatible changes that break your build. By
using the master branch you agree to become a beta tester.
All of the following tools can be found in the cmd/ directory. Each
tool is accompanied by its own README, describing it in more detail.
Transforms an unkeyed struct literal into a keyed one.
Find all reverse dependencies of a set of packages
Go static analysis, detecting bugs, performance issues, and much more.
Displays the layout (field sizes and padding) of structs.
Reorders struct fields to minimize the amount of padding.
Formats the output of structlayout with ASCII art.
In addition to the aforementioned tools, this repository contains the
libraries necessary to implement these tools.
Unless otherwise noted, none of these libraries have stable APIs.
Their main purpose is to aid the implementation of the tools. If you
decide to use these libraries, please vendor them and expect regular