What's your Golang IDE?

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  • vim-go

    Go development plugin for Vim

  • go.nvim

    Modern Go plugin for Neovim, based on gopls, treesitter AST, Dap and a variety of go tools.

    I was using goland at my previous employer but they use vscode at my new place. I decided to make a neovim setup based on https://github.com/ray-x/go.nvim and it’s awesome. It’s as good as goland imo although there is a learning curve and setup time. (I used spacevim before goland so was familiar with neovim)

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  • delve

    Delve is a debugger for the Go programming language.

    I’ve found Delve (debugging tool) quite useful for Emacs. It uses the plugin from VS Code, so you might be halfway there already? Figure out what you need to configure in Emacs for debugging here.

  • govim

    govim is a Go development plugin for Vim8, written in Go

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