Consider using go's native vendoring mechanism
We recognized that starting from that commit:
ql started vendoring the
go4.org/lock library as well as the
github.com/cznic/exp/lldb library in a way that does not play well with other vendoring tools, i.e. glide.
Can you elaborate on the reasoning why you chose "vendored" instead of the go "vendor" directory? I can personally think of many, but I have the impression, that vendor pruning in consuming applications becomes more ubiquitous as vendor tool support improves.