GoLand 2018.3.2 is out!
Here’s a list of notable issues this update addresses:
GO-6474 — The debugger correctly displays variable names when their type is an interface.
GO-6523 — Code formatting formats the last parameters with three dots in variadic functions equal to go fmt rules.
GO-6488 — GoLand doesn’t show redundant Save files during the commit notifications when gofmt checkbox is enabled in the commit dialog.
GO-6596 — We’ve solved the problem with unresolved references to packages.
GO-6575 — The IDE correctly calculates array types when array length is specified via expressions like
GO-6558 — The Move refactoring will preserve line feeds around refactored declarations.
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