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https://github.com/marselester/distributed-payment demonstrates execution of a payment transaction without an atomic commit across 3 partitions (a primer from "Designing Data-Intensive Applications" book). The project uses Kafka to store transfer requests and derived payments. RocksDB is used for requests deduplication (inspired by https://segment.com/blog/exactly-once-delivery/). Repository structure is based on Ben Johnson's https://github.com/benbjohnson/wtf.
This is a quick guide about how you can package up a Go program — with or without external resources — for macOS. It can then be downloaded, installed, and run as if it were a native Cocoa app. It does not require XCode, cgo or any special libraries.