Provided by: gox_0.3.0-3_amd64 bug

NAME

       gox - simple cross compilation tool for Go

USAGE EXAMPLE

       $ gox -osarch="freebsd/386" github.com/foo/bar

DESCRIPTION

       Gox is a cross compiling build tool for Go which makes it possible to produce binaries for
       foreign platforms without having to install Go on the targeted system.  Several  operating
       systems  and  architectures  are  supported,  while parallel building on multiple cores is
       possible.

       Gox supports several target operating systems and architectures, as they are supported  by
       the  current version of the Go compiler.  Currently, choices for (-os) are: darwin (Mac OS
       10.7 and above), windows, linux, freebsd, openbsd, netbsd, and plan9.  Choices for (-arch)
       are:  amd64  (64-bit X86), 386 (32-bit x86), arm (32-bit ARM), and arm64 (64-bit ARM).  If
       no options are given, gox  builds  all  available  pairs  (-osarch)  in  parallel  on  all
       available cores.

       Note:  for  the  use  of  gox  the  environment  variable $GOPATH must be set correctly to
       /usr/share/gocode. See $ go help gopath for information on this issue.

OPTIONS

       Please run gox -h for a complete list of options and additional information.

SEE ALSO

       go(1)

AUTHORS

       gox is written by Mitchell  Hashimoto  <mitchell.hashimoto@gmail.com>.   This  manpage  is
       written by Daniel Stender <debian@danielstender.com>.

                                                                                           GOX(1)