Golang bug or intended feature on map literals?

Just started to learn Go and I need map of string string, that I initialize literally.

mapa := map[string]string{
        "jedan":"one",
        "dva":"two"
       }

But compiler is complaining syntax error: need trailing comma before newline in composite literal

So I had to add coma after "two", or delete a new line and have } after last value for compiler to be happy

Is this intended behavior of code style?

EDIT: to be clear follwing will compile and work

mapa := map[string]string{
        "jedan":"one",
        "dva":"two"  }

go version go1.4.2 darwin/amd64 Mac OSX 10.9.5

Go has semicolons, but you don't see them because they're inserted automatically by the lexer.

Semicolon insertion rules:

a semicolon is automatically inserted into the token stream at the end of a non-blank line if the line's final token is

  • an integer, floating-point, imaginary, rune, or string literal

So this:

mapa := map[string]string{
    "jedan": "one",
    "dva":   "two"
}

is actually:

mapa := map[string]string{
    "jedan": "one",
    "dva":   "two";  // <- semicolon
}

Which is invalid Go.