In Go, you can start HTTP server and then browse through the Go document via the specific port. For example, if you type in
godoc -http=:3333 in Terminal, the localhost server starts working on port 3333 and you can then view the official Go document.
However, I would like to make it start automatically whenever I log in to the OS X system, since it is so powerful and convenient to write in Go code with even when I'm off the Wi-Fi connection. So is it feasible to use such daemon in OS X?
I have implemented and utilized the exact functionality in MongoDB from an example here, and it's exactly this kind of service that I want to achieve...