GoLand 2022.3 Release Candidate Is Out!
GoLand 2022.3 Release Candidate is now available, and if no issues are found, it will become the release build.
Please note that to use GoLand 2022.3 RC, you need to have an active subscription or start a 30-day trial.
This build speeds up indexing and IDE startup, and projects should open more quickly, too. We’ve also implemented test generation for generic functions.
GoLand 2022.3 RC offers a couple of new features for Go workspaces. There is now a Go Workspace File action for creating the
go.work file, and you can generate
go.work using the
replace directives in
This build also offers support for updates to Go doc comments. Text links, doc links, new headings, and lists are correctly rendered in GoLand’s Quick Documentation popup and in the Documentation tool window.
Moreover, we’ve integrated the Go Playground functionality inside GoLand, and you can now enable the IDE’s new UI.
This build includes other new features, like improvements to the HTTP Client, expanded Docker support, and more! See this blog post to read about them in detail.
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