How to Manage Multiple Go Versions
Too long did not read: go get golang/dl/go1.x.z; go1.x.z download
Installing Go via homebrew or golang.org will pull the latest version of Go (1.15 at the time of writing). However, in some cases (such as writing a blog post or book) you may need to pin or install a specific version. The Go community has created a few Go version management programs such as: gvm and . If you do not want to install these version managersyou can also optionally install various versions of Go via golang.org (at the time of this writing). Once you have fetched the repository you can see the various versions available in your $GOPATH
To install and use the past version of Go run:
# Installs to $GOPATH/bin/go1.x.z $ go1.x.z download $ ls $GOPATH/bin go1.14 ... ... ... ... ...
You can now run the past version of Go:
$ go1.14 version go version go1.14 darwin/amd64