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Release History

This page summarizes the changes between official stable releases of Go. The change log has the full details.

To update to a specific release, use:

git pull
git checkout release-branch

go1.5 (released 2015/08/19)

Go 1.5 is a major release of Go. Read the Go 1.5 Release Notes for more information.

go1.4 (released 2014/12/10)

Go 1.4 is a major release of Go. Read the Go 1.4 Release Notes for more information.

Minor revisions

go1.4.1 (released 2015/01/15) includes bug fixes to the linker and the log, syscall, and runtime packages. See the Go 1.4.1 milestone on our issue tracker for details.

go1.4.2 (released 2015/02/17) includes bug fixes to the go command, the compiler and linker, and the runtime, syscall, reflect, and math/big packages. See the Go 1.4.2 milestone on our issue tracker for details.

go1.3 (released 2014/06/18)

Go 1.3 is a major release of Go. Read the Go 1.3 Release Notes for more information.

Minor revisions

go1.3.1 (released 2014/08/13) includes bug fixes to the compiler and the runtime, net, and crypto/rsa packages. See the change history for details.

go1.3.2 (released 2014/09/25) includes bug fixes to cgo and the crypto/tls packages. See the change history for details.

go1.3.3 (released 2014/09/30) includes further bug fixes to cgo, the runtime package, and the nacl port. See the change history for details.

go1.2 (released 2013/12/01)

Go 1.2 is a major release of Go. Read the Go 1.2 Release Notes for more information.

Minor revisions

go1.2.1 (released 2014/03/02) includes bug fixes to the runtime, net, and database/sql packages. See the change history for details.

go1.2.2 (released 2014/05/05) includes a security fix that affects the tour binary included in the binary distributions (thanks to Guillaume T).

go1.1 (released 2013/05/13)

Go 1.1 is a major release of Go. Read the Go 1.1 Release Notes for more information.

Minor revisions

go1.1.1 (released 2013/06/13) includes several compiler and runtime bug fixes. See the change history for details.

go1.1.2 (released 2013/08/13) includes fixes to the gc compiler and cgo, and the bufio, runtime, syscall, and time packages. See the change history for details. If you use package syscall's Getrlimit and Setrlimit functions under Linux on the ARM or 386 architectures, please note change 55ac276af5a7 that fixes issue 5949.

go1 (released 2012/03/28)

Go 1 is a major release of Go that will be stable in the long term. Read the Go 1 Release Notes for more information.

It is intended that programs written for Go 1 will continue to compile and run correctly, unchanged, under future versions of Go 1. Read the Go 1 compatibility document for more about the future of Go 1.

The go1 release corresponds to weekly.2012-03-27.

Minor revisions

go1.0.1 (released 2012/04/25) was issued to fix an escape analysis bug that can lead to memory corruption. It also includes several minor code and documentation fixes.

go1.0.2 (released 2012/06/13) was issued to fix two bugs in the implementation of maps using struct or array keys: issue 3695 and issue 3573. It also includes many minor code and documentation fixes.

go1.0.3 (released 2012/09/21) includes minor code and documentation fixes.

See the go1 release branch history for the complete list of changes.

Older releases

See the Pre-Go 1 Release History page for notes on earlier releases.