Compile command

The Goravel project can be compiled with the following command:

// Select the system to compile
go run . artisan build

// Specify the system to compile
go run . artisan build --os=linux
go run . artisan build -o=linux

// Static compilation
go run . artisan build --static
go run . artisan build -s

// Specify the output file name
go run . artisan build --name=goravel
go run . artisan build -n=goravel

Manual compilation

Regular compilation

go build .

Deploy Server

The Following files and folders need to be uploaded to the server during deployment:

./main // Compile the resulting binary file

Static compilation

The package by regular compilation also needs to rely on the support of the deployment environment, the statically compiled files can be freely put to run on the specified platform without environment configuration.

go build --ldflags "-extldflags -static" -o main .

Cross compile

Compilation is differentiated by platform, you need to select a matching compilation method according to the deployment situation.

// Compile Linux environment
CGO_ENABLED=0 GOOS=linux GOARCH=amd64 go build .

// Compile Windows environment
CGO_ENABLED=0 GOOS=windows GOARCH=amd64 go build .

// Compile Mac environment
CGO_ENABLED=0 GOOS=darwin GOARCH=amd64 go build .


Goravel has a default Dockerfile and docker-compose.yml file, you can use it directly, note that APP_HOST should be at this time.

docker build .

Docker Compose

You can also quickly start the service with the following command:

docker-compose build
docker-compose up

Note: If you need external access, you need to change APP_HOST to

Reduce package size

Commenting out the unused ServiceProvider in config/app.go::providers will effectively reduce the packaging volume.