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|Apache License 2.0||MIT License|
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Why GoLang supports null references if they are billion dollar mistake?
2 projects | /r/golang | 10 Sep 2022
Now, am I going to do the same with a library like goderive just so I can use FP techniques to get, amongst some other things, less nil checks? No. Probably not. If I wanted to use primarily FP techniques in my code, I would probably be using something else in the first place. Go isn't a great environment for guaranteeing immutability for starters, so anything like that is necessarily going to be an incomplete experience. And in the bargain, my code would, in my opinion at least, be less readable and maintainable.
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What are some alternatives?
go-enum - An enum generator for go
goverter - Generate type-safe Go converters by simply defining an interface
gotype - Golang source code parsing, usage like reflect package
GoWrap - GoWrap is a command line tool for generating decorators for Go interfaces
generis - Versatile Go code generator.
go-xray - Helpers for making the use of reflection easier