GoLand 2018.2 Release Candidate is here!

Posted on by Ekaterina Zharova

The upcoming GoLand 2018.2 release is on the doorstep, and today we are happy to give you a release candidate available for download!

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This version incorporates a number of bug-fixes designed to revise code formatting behavior and eliminate visual glitches and other unpleasantness.

Code formatting:

GO-5894 — Fixed wrong composite literal alignment in the presence of comments.
GO-5927 — Fixed wrong spaces before comments in binary expressions.
GO-5903 — Fixed wrong spaces in multiline binary expressions.
GO-4978 — Fixed wrong indent in return parameters when pressing Enter.

Code inspections:

GO-5908 — GoLand alerts you about the usage of a build tag without a leading space.
GO-5684 — The IDE correctly understands type incompatibility, and alerts you only in case it truly exists.

Refactorings:

GO-5936 — Fixed glitches in the Move refactoring dialog: error message doesn’t blink while typing anymore.

You’re very welcome to download this update on your machine and give it a try.

We love hearing from you! Feel free to suggest a new feature or report a problem in whatever way works for you: comment on this blog post, use the issue tracker, or tweet at us.

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3 Responses to GoLand 2018.2 Release Candidate is here!

  1. Aleksei Besogonov says:

    July 22, 2018

    Any chance you can take on SWIG support?

    https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/GO-3828 – right now the built-in SWIG support in Go results in unknown build symbols in IDEA.

  2. Aleksei Besogonov says:

    July 25, 2018

    Would you mind looking at https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/GO-3828 ? It would be nice to be able to use native SWIG support from Go.

    • Ekaterina Zharova says:

      July 25, 2018

      Hi Aleksei,

      Sorry for the late reply. We have this request in our list of features however it is not asked so much so we keep tracking requests on this.

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