This should workin pretty much any version of Sublime Text, but I have only tested it in Sublime Text 3. I no longer use Sublime Text in my day to day Go development, and I instead use Atom. I’m hoping to eventually come back to Sublime Text, and I have toyed around with building a Go plugin for ST3, but as of Jan, 2018 Atom simply has better Go support with the go-plus plugin.
Learn how to disable the ctrl+e key binding enabled by the Emmet plugin for Sublime Text
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