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    Since Go 1.4 is the last version of Go that can be built without an existing Go compiler and it doesn’t run on 6.1, building Go on OpenBSD 6.1 (and later) requires either getting an initial version of Go from the OpenBSD ports tree (if you can still find an operable ports archive for your old OpenBSD release) or bootstrapping from cross-compiled source.

    You should be able to use gccgo to bootstrap Go. So as long as gccgo can be installed via a trusted path, you can avoid the Reflections in Trusting Trust problems that way.