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GoClipse is an Eclipse extension that adds IDE functionality for the Go programming language. A Go installation and other additional tools are required for full operation of GoClipse. See project page for more details: http://goclipse.github.io/
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Submitted by Pierre-Yves Bigourdan on Fri, 2019-10-18 14:54
It's now extremely easy (and fun!) to add support for new languages in Eclipse, as the IDE now integrates with the Language Server Protocol. Someone should definitely look into creating a new plugin! You can check out the simple code I put together to add Ruby support as an example: https://github.com/PyvesB/eclipse-solargraph
Submitted by Ketan Barve on Wed, 2019-07-24 14:04
No longer an active project. Bummer, there is no dedicated Eclipse IDE for Go!
Submitted by Tryfon Farmakakis on Mon, 2019-04-08 04:20
This extension has been officially abandoned by its developer since 2017 and lacks many important features and support. I desperately would want someone to continue its development. I've tried VScode but I find Eclipse much more powerfull and intuitive.
This is true. Bummer, that there is no Eclipse IDE for Go
Submitted by Aaron Lara on Thu, 2019-06-13 11:22
Tryfon, CodeMix has support for VS Code extensions and provides an awesome experience inside Eclipse. Have you given it a try yet?
You can get CodeMix here: https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/codemix-3
And the Go extension here: github. com/microsoft/vscode-go/releases