I have a couple pretty fundamental question about Go development.
1. Assuming I am on a machine that does not have go installed yet. What
setup is necessary to (a) write programs in Go in general alongside (b) Go
GAE development specifically? I am not sure if/when I still have to install
Go  after installing the GAE Go SDK .
2. Does "go get" work if I just have the GAE Go SDK  installed or
does it require a "regular" Go installation ?
3. Can I use go autocompleting daemons like gocode with just the GAE Go
SDK installed? If no, what do I need to do in addition to installing the
GAE Go SDK to use those tools?
4. Assuming I have "go get" working on my machine. I am wondering where
dependencies for Go development (e.g. gocode
<https://github.com/t-yuki/gocover-cobertura>) stored compared to
potential libraries used by my Go GAE app (e.g. mux
<https://github.com/mjibson/appstats>). I assume gocode is stored
globally on my system (e.g. in Go's installation directory). But libraries
used by a Go GAE app are stored for each app individually. Their source
will have to be available when building and uploading apps to GAE. Tools
for go development on the other hand are only needed at build time i.e.
don't need to be stored in the app's source tree. Does this make sense?
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