Hi Robert André

That's an interesting request

I guess you can't figure if the example is for building binaries or Go libs, because there is no hard frontier between both cases in the proposed guidelines

In Go, everything is effectively a code library that can be reused elsewhere. So the approach taken in the proposed guidelines, is that everything is a code library, some of which happen to build binaries, or setup compatibility symlinks, or need bootstrapping

It's a bit of a Lego guideline, you assemble the spec blocs you need, and ignore those you don't need. The example was chosen to include as many blocks as possible, with the walkthrough explaining their respective functions. All the blocks are very short and succinct, don't search for long runs of shell code like in the old guidelines
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