Yup, as long as you build the go package as a c-shared you can basically do 
anything a C/C++ plugin can do.
This contains a simple hello world for building a c-shared you can load in 
any C/C++ program. 

On Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 4:15:25 PM UTC+8, nicolas...@yahoo.fr wrote:
> Do you mean we can for example build a GO .dll wich declare an entry point 
> usable by C/C++ game ?
> I can give it a try easily with ARMA game wich load those kind of 
> extension.
> Le mardi 13 mars 2018 08:39:02 UTC+1, alex....@gmail.com a écrit :
>> To those talking about using game engines like unity etc... you can build 
>> go as c-shared and use it as a normal C/C++ plugin. 
>> The only thing to note is that you can't unload it without restarting the 
>> program and multiple c-shared go libraries wouldn't work together.
>> As for what I'm using go for, I'm experimenting with coding a mostly go 
>> game engine (mostly cuz graphical input/output libraries are all in C/C++).

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