Update: My friend Eli Uriegas let me know that you don’t need gocode anymore since vim-go has autocompletion. I tested it out and he is correct. Here is his tweet with a link to his dotfiles on how he sets up his .vimrc to use vim-go

Original Post:

I recently purchased Let’s Go from Alex Edwards. I wanted an end-to-end Golang website tutorial. It has been great. Lots learned.

Unfortunately, he is using Go’s modules and the version of the gocode Vim plugin I was using did not support Go modules.

Solution Link to heading

Use this fork of the gocode Vim plugin and you’ll get support for Go modules.

I use Vim Plug for my Vim plugins. Huge fan of Vundle but I like the post-actions feature of Plug. I just had to change one line of my vimrc and re-run updates.

diff --git a/vimrc b/vimrc
index 3e8edf1..8395705 100644
--- a/vimrc
+++ b/vimrc
@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ endif
           let editor_name='nvim'
           Plug 'zchee/deoplete-go', { 'do': 'make'}
-        Plug 'nsf/gocode', { 'rtp': 'vim', 'do': '~/.config/nvim/plugged/gocode/vim/symlink.sh' }
+        Plug 'stamblerre/gocode', { 'rtp': 'vim', 'do': '~/.vim/plugged/gocode/vim/symlink.sh' }
         Plug 'godoctor/godoctor.vim', {'for': 'go'} " Gocode refactoring tool
     " }

That is the line I had to change then run :PlugUpdate! and the new plugin was installed.

I figured all of this out due to this comment by Tommaso Sardelli on Github. Thank you Tommaso.