sublime-build: nstructions for overriding default install target

The existing documentation did not include information
covering a common use-case for Go devs - to always install
a specific package, regardless of the current file being
edited.

Added a section to docs/configuration.md showing users
how to use the flag-override functionality in their
project-specific settings to achieve this.

Change-Id: I6c59e829b8f355101f8b4eab5dc4269daf5f77b2
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  2. .pep8
  3. AUTHORS
  4. CONTRIBUTING.md
  5. CONTRIBUTORS
  6. Default.sublime-commands
  7. Go.sublime-build
  8. Golang Build Output.tmLanguage
  9. LICENSE
  10. PATENTS
  11. changelog.md
  12. dependencies.json
  13. dev/
  14. docs/
  15. golang_build.py
  16. readme.md
readme.md

Golang Build

Golang Build is a Sublime Text package for compiling Go projects. It provides integration between Sublime Text and the command line go tool.

The package consists of the following features:

  • A Sublime Text build system for executing:
    • go build
    • go install
    • go test
    • go clean
    • Cross-compilation using go build with GOOS and GOARCH
  • Sublime Text command palette commands to:
    • Execute go get
    • Open a terminal into a Go workspace

Installation

The Golang Build package is installed by using Package Control.

  • If Package Control is not installed, follow the Installation Instructions
  • Open the Sublime Text command palette and run the Package Control: Install Package command
  • Type Golang Build and select the package to perform the installation

Documentation

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