FYI: pkg.go.dev doesn't show packages with generics

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  • genesis

    All generic functions for Go 1.18 you ever need!

    About a week ago, I upgraded my genesis package to generics. It was a great experience but somehow the new documentation wasn't displayed at pkg.go.dev (ex godoc.org). I tried to request the package in their UI, wait, add docs for the root package, explicitly list sub-packages as dependencies, nothing worked. And then I found the issue go#48264. In short, the pkg site is on Go 1.17 and so cannot parse Go 1.18b1 packages. It will be that way until Go 1.18 is released + some time on top until App Engine picks the new version up.

  • go

    The Go programming language

    About a week ago, I upgraded my genesis package to generics. It was a great experience but somehow the new documentation wasn't displayed at pkg.go.dev (ex godoc.org). I tried to request the package in their UI, wait, add docs for the root package, explicitly list sub-packages as dependencies, nothing worked. And then I found the issue go#48264. In short, the pkg site is on Go 1.17 and so cannot parse Go 1.18b1 packages. It will be that way until Go 1.18 is released + some time on top until App Engine picks the new version up.

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