Go 1.9 Beta 2 released

New beta release of one of the most interesting and young programming languages
28 June 2017   1215
Go

an open source project developed by a team at Google and many contributors from the open source community

Good news for all Go coders. Go 1.9 Beta 2 was recently released. 

At the moment, there are no known issues. As always, developers ask to test this version properly in order to find bugs. 

If any problems arise, they ask to report it using the issue tracker. If you already have Go on your PC, feel free to use this tool to try go1.9beta2.

Binary and source distributions are in the usual place. Also, see documentation for Go 1.9.

Additionally, you can see info about planned features of Go 1.9

GoLand 2018.3 to be Released by JetBrains

New version of IDE for Go programming language has a lot of new features
22 November 2018   381

Team JetBrains introduced a new version of IDE GoLand 2018.3. In this update, users will see:

  • refactoring by changing the signature;
  • memory dump;
  • Testify support;
  • new debugger tools;
  • Improved verification, prediction and code completion;
  • chart support;
  • updates for VCS, Docker, Kubernetes.

The new method of processing the code Change Signature will allow a single action to change the signature of functions and methods throughout the workspace. The function will show what will change in the code after application. The Inline tool will highlight the embedded code, and Rename will notify you of possible conflicts when renaming.

Added the ability to run and debug Google App Engine applications locally.

Go memory dumps are now available via Run / Open Core Dump directly in the IDE. To automatically create memory dumps, you need to enter GOTRACEBACK = crash in the Environment field.

Also, GoLand 2018.3 supports the Mozilla debugger rr, which allows you to search for a crash in the program by playing back its execution.

Get more info at official blog.

The previous version of GoLand 2018.2 was released in July 2018.