It’s just 18 commits deep at the time of logging, but when one of Go’s authors fires up a new project (and a refactoring tool at that), it’s worth following along to see what develops.
Just how raw is this effort? The README only states:
rf is an experimental refactoring tool. It is very much a work in progress. rf is incredibly rough and likely to be buggy and change incompatibly.
I gave the repo a quick
cloneing to see what I could see, but
go get failed due to a missing file reference so it’s definitely in a “wait and see” status unless you’re up for some hacking.