vendor/go4.org/rollsum: actually create the package dir

I mistakenly added the files directly in vendor/go4.org instead of
vendor/go4.org/rollsum in 2a85cb7142e6af5439d6d9cf2f6ddada04b4797e

Neither running 'go run make.go', nor running 'go test' (in e.g.
pkg/schema) caught that the package was missing in vendor, because i
happened to also have the package in my GOPATH.

Iirc, before modules existed it would have been enough to run 'go run
make.go' to catch that, whereas now 'go run make.go' ran happily for me,
even with GO111MODULE=off, which is somewhat annoying.

Change-Id: I97805c924700fa159a14fd33014dabc423a4fc60
2 files changed
tree: f1419275a35edfd25c28e86b803fe2440100d749
  1. .appveyor.yml
  2. .dockerignore
  3. .gitignore
  4. .hackfests/
  5. .header
  6. .travis.yml
  7. AUTHORS
  8. BUILDING
  9. CONTRIBUTING.md
  10. CONTRIBUTORS
  11. COPYING
  12. Dockerfile
  13. Gopkg.lock
  14. Gopkg.toml
  15. Makefile
  16. README.md
  17. TESTS
  18. TODO
  19. VERSION
  20. app/
  21. clients/
  22. cmd/
  23. config/
  24. dev/
  25. doc/
  26. go.mod
  27. go.sum
  28. internal/
  29. make.go
  30. misc/
  31. pkg/
  32. server/
  33. vendor/
  34. website/
README.md

Perkeep is your personal storage system.

It's a way to store, sync, share, import, model, and back up content. Keep your stuff for life.

For more, see

Other useful files

  • BUILDING - how to compile it (“go run make.go”)
  • CONTRIBUTING - how to do development and contribute

Perkeep Resources

Continuous Integration

Code of Conduct

Please note that this project uses a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.