I have various small system level utilities that are super-fast and
convenient to write in Go. And, cross-platform. They typicallu run as
daemons in user space, and are used for erporting or tracking parts of a
system (for example: which files were copied to my dropbox today).
The problem I run into is this: I would really liek to distribute these
programs, to -dare I say it- normal users, but alas, they'd need to have a
minimal UI (put in the system tray/ menu bar, a splash screen with some
initial settings (like, select your Dropbox foldr location), you know the
I don't want to go down the QML route, but I'd really like to distribute
some of these tools. The best option I came up with so far is embedding the
go executable in another executable from UI land, have that bootstrap, and
take it from there. Feels wrong though.
Any thoughts/ideas/.... highly appreciated!
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