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    Although I feel Go is missing essential things (like some form of templates), what I am most interested with it and rust are truly useful IDEs that can help with debugging and code completion.

    I have noticed some modules, but some more official IDE would be nice.

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      One of my favorite things about the golang ecosystem is that the same underlying IDE tools are available for vim, sublime, visual studio, emacs, etc. Basically every editor has high-quality IDE integration for go as a result.

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        I tried getting this at one point, but I cannot work with vim or emacs, and I run the mac usually. Sublime, atom, and other editors are far from what I would call an equivalent to IDE.

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          What about IntelliJ IDEA with the Go-lang plugin (works with any of the JetBrains MPS-based tools, e.g., Webstorm, Pycharm, etc.)? I’m pretty new to Go, but seems OK and is getting attention as an open-source project: https://github.com/go-lang-plugin-org/go-lang-idea-plugin

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            I am certainly willing to try it. I have had mixed luck with these kinds of plugins in the past.