vim-go-tutorial - Tutorial for vim-go

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Tutorial for vim-go. A simple tutorial on how to install and use vim-go.We're going to use vim-plug to install vim-go. Feel free to use other plugin managers instead. We will create a minimal ~/.vimrc, and add to it as we go along.



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  •    Vim

The latest stable release is the recommended version to use. If you choose to use the master branch instead, please do so with caution; it is a development branch.You will also need to install all the necessary binaries. vim-go makes it easy to install all of them by providing a command, :GoInstallBinaries, which will go get all the required binaries.

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  •    Vim

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  •    Vim

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  •    Go

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  •    Vim

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  •    Vim

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  •    Vim

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  •    Vim

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