Eclipse plugin for go language

Step 1: Open the eclipse. Step 2: Help -> Install New Software. Step 3: Add the repository. http://goclipse.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/goclipse-update-site click next and finish. Step 4: Now you can able to see File -> New -> others -> Go project in the eclipse. Then start working on “go language”.   Thanks for reading this post……..!!! 224 total views, no views today

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[Solved] eclipse invalid go language settings

Configuring GO settings: Step 1: Open the eclipse. Step 2: File -> New -> Go Project (Give project name as your wish) Step 3: Set the GOROOT value like this,   give ok and create the project. Step 4: Inside src folder create hello.go file and paste the below code, package agn import “fmt” func main() { fmt.Println(“Hello World”) }  Step 5: Run and see

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Configure GO Settings in eclipse

Configuring GO settings: Step 1: Open the eclipse. Step 2: File -> New -> Go Project (Give project name as your wish) Step 3: Set the GOROOT value like this,   give ok and create the project. Step 4: Inside src folder create hello.go file and paste the below code, package agn import “fmt” func main() { fmt.Println(“Hello World”) }

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Hello World Go Programming Language

Step 1: Download the go programming language from the below link, http://code.google.com/p/go/downloads/list and Install it. Step 2: Create a file named hello.go and paste the below code, package main import “fmt” func main() { fmt.Println(“Hello World”) }  Step 3: Save the hello.go in bin folder as like in java. Step 4: Compile and run the program as like below,  

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