Activate project in Juno/Atom

question
#1

Is there a command/shortcut in Juno that

  1. looks for a Project.toml in a parent directory,
  2. if found, activates the corresponding project?

Eg like this in julia-repl.

(I have a coauthor I want to convince to use projects (manifest! manifest!) who uses Juno, and wondering how to make it easy.)

#2

No, I don’t think we have that yet.
One thing that comes close is that you can add --project=. to the “Additional Startup Arguments” – after that the first project in Atoms project list will be automatically active in Julia (same as calling pkg> activate ., really, but more convenient).

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