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8.3 9.6 gounit-vim VS vscode-goExtension for Visual Studio Code (VS Code) which provides support for the Go language.
3.1 0.0 gounit-vim VS go-language-serverA wrapper to turn the VSCode go extension into a language server supporting the language-server-protocol.
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Vim plugin for gounit tool that allows you to generate Go tests easily.
gounit-vim requires gounit to be available in your
$PATH. Alternatively you can provide path to gounit using
git clone https://github.com/hexdigest/gounit-vim.git ~/.vim/bundle/gounit-vim
- Vim packages (since Vim 7.4.1528)
git clone https://github.com/hexdigest/gounit-vim.git ~/.vim/pack/plugins/start/gounit-vim
You will also need to install all the necessary GoUnit binaries. It is easy to install by providing a command
:GoUnitInstallBinaries, which will
go getall the required binaries.
:GoUnit to generate test for the function declaration in the current line or all functions selected in visual mode.
GoUnit also understands "range" parameters:
:5,10GoUnit " genereate tests for functions from line 5 to line 10 :.,$GoUnit " from the current line till the end of the file :0,.GoUnit " from the first line to the current line :%GoUnit " generate tests for the whole file
These commands generate tests using template that you set as a preferred with the
:GoUnitTemplateUse <template> command.
If you don't want to change your preferred template you can use all of the above commands followed by the name of the template, i.e.
If you have
wildmenu option enabled you can pick desired template from the list of all registered templates with
There are few commands to manage your test templates:
:GoUnitTemplateAdd " register contents of the current buffer as a new templates :GoUnitTemplateAdd /file/name " register /file/name as new template :GoUnitTemplateDel template " remove template :GoUnitTemplateList " display all registered test templates :GoUnitTemplateUse template " set template as preferred
Also you can create useful maps to use it with vim-go plugin for fast test generation.
" maps your leader key + gt to generate tests for the function under your cursor nnoremap <leader>gt :normal vaf<cr>:GoUnit<cr>
If you want you can set path to your gounit binary if it's not in your path, for example:
let g:gounit_bin = '/home/user/go/bin/gounit'