I use kate, the KDE default editor, as my primary development environment.
It has GDB support and configurable build support (Build: go install,
Clean: go clean -i, Quick Build: go build, ...)
Until recently I thought the compiler output would not be suitable for the
error / warning tab of kate, until I ran go fmt as a taget. The output of
go fmt can be parsed into a file / lino information, yet the output of the
john@deneb:~$ go install github.com/the42/ogdat/...
function parameter must have type
john@deneb:~$ go fmt github.com/the42/ogdat/...
expected type, found ')'
expected ';', found 'if'
exit status 2
The biggest difference I could spot is the omission of line offsets in the
compiler messages. Is this intentional?
go fmt: ogdatv21check.go:76:69: