FAQ
Anyone point me in the right direction for finding out how I might
implement something similar to "go test".

I'm particularly intrigued by how you have blah_test.go, blah2_test.go and
they share a scope, can access blah.go (the package itself) but don't get
build as part of go build.

(purpose: adding some kind of blah_gen.go which is processed by a macro
engine and converted to a blah.go as a pre-build step)

~
Doug.

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