Juno 0.12.5 is out! We have a bunch of improvements and a couple of bugfixes for you. Also, fuzzy autocompletions make their return!
- Fuzzy completions (#308 and #713):
- Juno now displays the currently active environment in the toolbar (#330 and #741).
- Improved functor display (#305 and #303).
- Traceur.jl integration is now lazy-loaded (#309).
- Better error handling when retrieving an object’s documentation fails (#310).
- Better regex for matching paths in the REPL (#734, #731, #320, and #322 – thanks @FAlobaid).
- Juno now supports a
.JuliaFormatter.tomlinstead of configuration settings (#325 and #735).
- SVGs in the plot pane are now zoom- and panable (#327).
- Improvements to the
- Allow Julia paths relative to the Atom install directory (#711).
- We’re now showing release notes when Juno is updated (#725).
- Upgrade xterm.js to 4.6.0 (#276).
- Fix plot display with “Show in REPL” result style (#312).
- Make sure to run all user code in
- Fixed one-element tuple display (#323).
- Fixed a bug on x86 systems (#314).
- Fixed a bug where
includestatements resolved to the wrong paths when debugging (#329).
Important : To fully update Atom packages, you need to restart all the previous Atom processes
Install the latest versions of
Close all the Atom windows and type the following command into your terminal:
If that also doesn’t work (or if you want to only update Juno packages), try the commands below instead:
apm uninstall ink apm uninstall julia-client apm install ink apm install julia-client
Execute the following in a Julia prompt:
pkg> up Atom Juno
Important : This release requires Atom 1.39, 1.40.1, or higher.
As always, make sure all Julia and Atom packages are up-to-date.
- Atom.jl version: 0.12.11
- Juno.jl version: 0.8.2
- julia-client version: 0.12.5
- ink version: 0.12.4