Ask questionsx/tools/gopls: format feature doesn't follow `goimports`

For example, here is what imports block looks like in VS Code after pressing Alt-Shift-F (formatting) with enabled gopls: изображение

And here is what it looks like after pressing Ctrl-S (forcefully save file): изображение

For p.2, these options are enabled for gopls:

        "editor.formatOnSave": true,
        "editor.codeActionsOnSave": {
            "source.organizeImports": true

I'd like to have an ability to configure gopls to follow goimports style when formatting the file or to have this behavior as default.

Related: If I remove fmt dependency from code, but leave it in imports section, formatting will not remove fmt: изображение


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Maybe let others say their word instead of just closing all my issues? I believe you are very wrong with that approach. At least it's non-professional.

There was a setting both in Sourcegraph's go-langserver and in bingo. There is setting in VS Code which allows to select gofmt or goimports for formatting. Most of the gophers I know use goimports-like for formatting in VS Code and Goland (last one is on a cosmic distance in all that, which makes use of gopls ridiculous).


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