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How to write your own language plugin for IDEA (part 1)
10 projects | dev.to | 26 Apr 2022
go-plugin (now this plugin is known as Goland)
How to write your own language plugin for IDEA (part 2)
6 projects | dev.to | 26 Apr 2022
In the previous article, I showed the process of creating a framework for a language plugin. Well-known plugins for Java, go, Frege were used as examples. There are also examples from the plugin for the Monkey language, which I developed while I was figuring out how everything works. Since my goal was not to cover everything, the plugin covers a limited subset of the language. The interpreter for Monkey can be found here.
What are some alternatives?
Go for Visual Studio Code
vim-go - Go development plugin for Vim
vscode-go - Go extension for Visual Studio Code
coc-go - Go language server extension using gopls for coc.nvim.
gocode - An autocompletion daemon for the Go programming language
go-plus - An Enhanced Go Experience For The Atom Editor
GoSublime - A Golang plugin collection for SublimeText 3, providing code completion and other IDE-like features.