GoLand 2020.3.1 Is Out!
We’ve got a bugfix update for the recent major release of GoLand. Please see below for the main highlights of v2020.3.1 is out.
You can update to 2020.3.1 by:
- Downloading it from the website.
- Updating via the Toolbox App.
- Applying a patch on top of 2020.3 or 2020.2.4 (go to Help | Check for Updates).
- Or using a snap package (for Ubuntu).
Apple Silicon support
Starting with this version, we provide builds for Apple Silicon M1 processors. They can be found on the download page for macOS. Please note that Delve isn’t supported yet, which is why the debugger won’t work if you use M1.
We’ve added support for new environment variables:
GOARCH. Visit Go 1.16 Release Notes to learn more.
Various bug fixes
GO-10273 — References to stdlib methods are resolved as expected.
GO-9845 — GoLand runs custom tests with build tags if a pattern contains escaping correctly.
GO-10254 — The build output cache on Windows for Go 1.13 and older is disabled.
GO-10196 — Debugger works as expected with projects opened from WSL.
You can see all the fixes in the release notes.
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