The upcoming GoLand 2018.2 release is on the doorstep, and today we are happy to give you a release candidate available for download!
This version incorporates a number of bug-fixes designed to revise code formatting behavior and eliminate visual glitches and other unpleasantness.
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We are happy to announce that GoLand 2018.2 Beta is now available to try!
You can already try features that are coming in the next major version. Compared to the updates we’ve made available over the last two months via our EAP program, the Beta is relatively stable, though it may still have bugs and other issues. If you’ve been following our news, you’ve probably noticed we typically call this kind of update a ‘Public Preview’ – we’re no longer working on major changes but instead focusing on fixing bugs and polishing everything. Well, this Beta is exactly the same inside except we’ve applied the Rename refactoring
With naming issues cleared up, you are welcome to get this update working on your machine and try it out!
Let’s have a look closer at what this Beta has in store.
We know it’s been a while since we last released an EAP for our 2018.2. But today we are happy to release our third iteration and give you some of the most anticipated changes in an early preview.
Here is the list of changes that you can find in this release:
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A couple of weeks ago we started the EAP for GoLand 2018.2, our next major update. In the first EAP build, we’ve added initial support for vgo, and revisited Go inspections and refactorings. Today we’re publishing a fresh EAP build – with more new goodies.
Today we are happy to announce the start of the 2018.2 Early Access Program!
During the next few months, we plan to release updates based on the IntelliJ Platform 2018.2, and we would like to invite you to help us test and shape the future of this release. As usual, this release will feature a mix of new Go specific features as well as Web and Platform specific features.
Download GoLand 2018.2 EAP
Package management has long been a topic of interest for many people in the Go community. A few months ago, the Go team put forward a new tool, based on the learnings from dep and other package managers. This tool is called vgo, and it’s backed by a new dependency solving algorithm called Minimal Version Selection, or MVS. All of this is described in great detail in Russ Cox’s blog post series.
Given the importance of this tool, it’s easy to see how the request to integrate it with the IDE quickly became one of the most voted features.
Today we are happy to announce the first version this integration is available as a plugin for GoLand 2018.1.2+. This feature will be integrated by default in the upcoming 2018.2 release.
Containers are increasingly popular for deploying applications and Go applications make no exceptions from this. But how should we debug these applications that are running in the isolated environment a container offers?
For this, we turn back to the way we build these containers and include a copy of Delve, the Go debugger, and we adjust how we create/launch our application.
It’s been a while since our last update, but we haven’t been twiddling our thumbs. No, sir. We’ve made some very cool improvements in GoLand, both in Go support and other platform-specific areas. Please welcome GoLand 2018.1.2, a fresh bugfix update!
We’re thrilled to announce that GoLand 2018.1 is now available for download.
This release is an important milestone for our team as it’s the first massive update to the IDE since its launch four months ago. The update focuses on making the coding assistance, the IDE is proud of, even smarter, and also on polishing up the integration of many of other tools the IDE runs with along the way. The update supports partial Git commits, integrates Dep, makes it possible to debug local Go processes, improves Docker Compose support, features smart coding assistance for editing Kubernetes resource files, and much more. Here’s a list of the most notable changes: