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Ask questionsproposal: Go 2: obtain struct field name in type-safe way

type Target struct {
    Name     string
    Path     string
    Date     time.Time
}

func main()  {
    ^Target{Name, Path} // equivalent []string{"Name", "Path"}
    ^Target{}.Name // equivalent "Name"
}

Good point

  • compatible with Go 1.x
  • just syntactic sugar
  • refactor friendly
  • avoid typo
golang/go

Answer questions ianlancetaylor

No change in consensus, so closing.

useful!

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