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@lloiser lloiser released this Jan 19, 2019 · 48 commits to master since this release

  • support reviveand golangci-lint linters (#819)
  • create the go-plus panel only when a go file is opened or it is manually toggled (#853)
  • fix minor UI glitch in datatips that contain ` (like in tags)
  • write a detailed error log into a console tab (e.g. provided by atom-ide-ui) if a command failed (#837)

Detailed changes: v6.0.2...v6.1.0

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Nov 27, 2018
Prepare 6.0.2 release
Nov 24, 2018
Prepare 6.0.1 release

@zmb3 zmb3 released this Nov 24, 2018 · 72 commits to master since this release

In this release we take advantage of many of the features provided by atom-ie-ui.


As a result, some of the custom go-plus views and commands have been replaced by the features built-in to Atom's IDE functionality.

This will provide a more consistent experience across the Atom ecosystem, and will enable an easy transition as we move to a language-server based implementation.

Code Formatting

The individual commands for formatting with goimports, gofmt, and goimports have been removed. The go-plus.format.tool configuration option still applies, and all format operations will use the configured tool for formatting.

The format command itself is now provided by atom-ide-ui, and can be triggered via one of the following mechanisms:

  • right clicking in the editor and selecting "Format Code"
  • keybinding (cmd + option + C by default)
  • command palette: Code Format: Format Code

Additionally, the go-plus.format.formatOnSave configuration option has been removed so as not to conflict with the built-in setting. To enable format on save, open the preferences for the atom-ide-ui package, and select the checkbox under Code Formatting.



The Usage panel and the golang:find-usage command have been removed. Instead, you can leverage the built-in "Find References" option. This is available in the context menu when right-clicking on an identifier, and can also be accessed via the Find References: Activate command.


Code Highlighting

Highlighting of an identifier with the option is now powered by atom-ide-ui. You should not notice any difference in behavior aside from a slightly different appearance.



🆕 You can now view the documentation for an identifier by simply hovering over it.


Detailed changes: v5.9.1...v6.0.0

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Nov 15, 2018
Prepare 5.9.1 release

@zmb3 zmb3 released this Nov 12, 2018 · 90 commits to master since this release

  • Restore Hyperclick functionality
  • Show the definition in a tooltip on command+hover
  • Display relative paths in the usage view
  • Add a setting for build timeout
  • Better compatibility with
  • Improve support for Go 1.10+:
    • Property utilize the -i flag to play nice with the build cache
    • Disable Go modules when running go get so as not to interfere with a project's dependencies

Detailed changes: v5.8.6...v5.9.0

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Aug 27, 2018
Prepare 5.8.6 release
Jul 25, 2018
Prepare 5.8.5 release

@jghiloni jghiloni released this Jul 20, 2018 · 140 commits to master since this release

  • Correctly display results for golang:find-usage when there is no usage of the function

Detailed changes: v5.8.3...v5.8.4

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@joefitzgerald joefitzgerald released this Apr 2, 2018 · 142 commits to master since this release

  • Fuzzy filter autocomplete suggestions always (fixes #188, #544, #663)
    screen shot 2018-04-02 at 4 28 45 pm
  • 🐛 Correctly calculate the replacement prefix for suggestions when using the autocomplete suggestion cache (fixes #745)

Detailed changes: v5.8.2...v5.8.3

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