Join Todd McLeod for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring Atom for Go development on the Mac, part of Code Clinic: Go.
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- So I thought I'd take a moment…and just show you how to use atom.io,…another really nice editor…and the first thing you want to do…is just download that.…So once that's downloaded,…I'm going to go over to my download folder…and you can see I've already extracted it…but we're going to get rid of that file for a second…and then just show you what happens…when I extract this again.…I'm going to double click…and it opens it up…and then I just have that file right here.…If I open that file directly, like this,…it will tell me, "Hey, this is downloaded from the internet.…
Are you sure you want to open it?"…This is fine, just click okay.…Open.…But when Atom opens, it tells me…that GOPATH isn't set.…You should try launching Atom using the shell commands.…So launching Atom from the shell commands…is going to get rid of this error.…I'm going to close Atom…and then go to my terminal…and clear all this out…and I can see where I am at.…I'm in my downloads and if I look…at what's in my downloads,…I can see I have Atom.app.…I'm going to type open Atom…
Todd introduces challenges and then provides overviews of his solutions in Go. Challenges include topics such as statistical analysis, searching directories for images, and accessing peripheral devices.
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