cmd/go: strip trailing slash from versioned arguments

'go get' accepts arguments of the form path@version, and it passes
them through search.CleanPatterns before querying proxies. With this
change, CleanPatterns preserves text after '@' and will strip trailing
slashes from the patn.

Previously, we did not strip trailing slashes when a version was
present, which caused proxy base URL validation to fail. Module paths
that end with ".go" (for example, use
trailing slashes to prevent 'go build' and other commands from
interpreting packages as source file names, so this caused unnecessary
problems for them.

Updates #32483

Change-Id: Id3730c52089e52f1cac446617c20132a3021a808
Run-TryBot: Jay Conrod <>
TryBot-Result: Gobot Gobot <>
Reviewed-by: Bryan C. Mills <>
4 files changed
tree: 3c96d4ef01698454eaa1826d72d2642882ee9824
  1. .gitattributes
  2. .github/
  3. .gitignore
  11. api/
  12. doc/
  13. favicon.ico
  14. lib/
  15. misc/
  16. robots.txt
  17. src/
  18. test/

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