How can I use the Go language on emacs?

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  • GNU/Emacs go-mode

    Emacs mode for the Go programming language

  • This question makes very little sense to be honest. Try using spacemacs. It has a go language server runner. Otherwise try this https://github.com/dominikh/go-mode.el

  • lsp-mode

    Emacs client/library for the Language Server Protocol

  • You should check lsp-mode which uses the gopls (go language server). Provides completion, documentation preview, code navigation and other editing features.

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  • goimports

    [mirror] Go Tools (by golang)

  • You should check lsp-mode which uses the gopls (go language server). Provides completion, documentation preview, code navigation and other editing features.

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