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Copyright 2013 The go-mode Authors. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file. Author: The go-mode Authors Version: 1.6.0 Keywords: languages go Package-Requires: ((emacs "26.1")) URL: https://github.com/dominikh/go-mode.el This file is not part of GNU Emacs.
go-mode-1.4.0 (2016/05/12) * Fix minor bugs in fontification. * Use unwind-protect in gofmt, ensuring that temporary files will be removed in all cases. * Improve go-remove-unused-imports: don't fail to remove unused imports because of compilation errors in other files. * Add new commands for jumping to various parts of function declarations: - go-goto-arguments (C-c C-f a) - go-goto-docstring (C-c C-f d) - go-goto-function (C-c C-f f) - go-goto-function-name (C-c C-f n) - go-goto-return-values (C-c C-f r) - go-goto-method-receiver (C-c C-f m) Thanks to Lowe Thiderman for contributing these commands. * Add new customizable variable go-packages-function, which allows choosing between different ways of finding installed packages. Currently, go-packages-native (the default) and go-packages-go-list are provided. * Automatically detect if goimports is used instead of gofmt and pass the -srcdir flag, enabling support for vendoring. * Add new customizable variable gofmt-args, a list of strings that will be passed to gofmt as additional arguments. Primarily this allows using the -s flag with gofmt. * Add detection of GOPATH, Godep, wgo and gb. A new non-interactive function go-guess-gopath will try a list of functions (the customizable variable go-guess-gopath-functions) to detect a suitable value for GOPATH. A new interactive command go-set-project uses the result of go-guess-gopath to actually set GOPATH. This interactive function could be used from inside a projectile-switch-project-hook, directory variables or some other way of invoking per-project code. * Add new command go-reset-gopath, which resets GOPATH to the value it had when Emacs started. * Add customizable variable godoc-command, which allows choosing between using godoc and go doc, and generally specifying alternative paths to those tools. It defaults to go doc, which differs from prior versions which always used godoc. * Add customizable variable godoc-use-completing-read, which allows turning on or off the completion of import paths in the godoc command. This is only really useful when using godoc instead of go doc, and thus defaults to off. * Fix parsing of test output in compilation-mode for new versions of Emacs. It's probably broken in older versions now. * Add support for electric-indent-mode and only reindent for closing parens, not colons, commas or equal signs. * Avoid warnings by the byte compiler -- Use cl-lib instead of cl, and utilize a macro to conditionally compile fallback code. * Use null-device instead of /dev/null to work better on Windows. * Add new customizable variable godoc-at-point-function, which allows choosing between strategies for finding an identifier's documentation. * Add new function godoc-and-godef, which is the default function used for godoc-at-point and matches the previous behaviour. * Add new customizable variable godoc-and-godef-command, which allows specifying the path to the godoc binary. * Add the function godoc-gogetdoc, which provides godoc-at-point functionality by using the third party tool gogetdoc. * The godoc command no longer defaults to the symbol under point. It rarely defaulted to a useful value. If you're interested in documentation for the identifier at point, use godoc-at-point instead. * Set compilation-error-screen-columns to nil in go-mode buffers. Go uses tabs for indentation, and go/parser-based tools emit column numbers in terms of characters, where a tab is one character wide. Emacs defaults to interpreting columns as screen columns, where a tab is tab-width columns wide. This breaks jumping to the right columns from compilation-mode * Use HTTPS when talking to the Go Playground. Not only is it safer, it is required nowadays. go-mode-1.3.1 (2015-07-03) * The 1.3.0 release forgot to update the version in the package ... ...