GoDoc does not support documenting branch code, because
go get Does Not Work That Way<sup>TM</sup>. However, I do need to check the GoDoc result before messing with my git head. Solution?
Continue on to “GoDoc from branch code”…
The focus today is easygen, a universal code/text generator that is easy to use.
Continue on to read, Easygen – Easy to use universal code/text generator…
To build strings gradually, CSharp has
StringBuilder. What does Go have? Superficially, Go appears not having/providing such thing as StringBuilder, but actually, it has something much more powerful.
Let’s see the Go’s idiosyncrasy of string building.
easygen is an easy to use universal code/text generator.
On top of that, it can provide options for Go applications from the command line as well. As matter of fact, it is using its own commandline flag code auto-generation capability to code itself. Such commandline flag code auto-generation functionality has been improved sine then.