Juno 0.8.7 is out and brings an updated Debugger along with a few bugfixes and small features:
- Setting breakpoints in files does not require Revise anymore.
Run in Compiled Mode toggle when debugging (#299).
Break on Exception and
Break on Uncaught Exception are now implemented.
- Search in Workspace/Documentation panes is automatically focused (#200).
return-from-goto command (#170).
- stdlib paths printed in the REPL are now clickable.
- Packages in the
Open Package As Project Folder and
Open Package In New Window commands are now sorted alphabetically.
- The debug REPL now properly respects what stackframe you have selected (#287).
- Terminal options are now properly persisted when Atom is restarted.
- Font and fontsize in workspace/documentation pane are now correctly set (#202).
- Hopefully fix the problems with updating julia-client and ink on Windows.
Important : Restart Atom before updating
ink and do not start a Julia session.
If that does not work, close all Atom instances and type
into a terminal. If that also doesn’t work, try
apm uninstall ink
apm uninstall julia-client
apm install ink
apm install julia-client
As always, make sure all Julia and Atom packages are up-to-date:
- julia-client version 0.8.9
- ink version 0.10.10
- Atom.jl version 0.8.7
- Juno.jl version 0.7.0
After updating package julia-client to version 0.8.5 (and ink to 0.10.8), I got a nasty bug “Failed to activate julia-client”. I uninstalled it and used
apm install firstname.lastname@example.org
to resume working with Atom/julia. My versions of Atom and Juno are up-to-date:
(v1.0) pkg> st
[c52e3926] Atom v0.8.7
[e5e0dc1b] Juno v0.7.0
That sounds weird. Please post the error you’re getting should you try to update again.
The error is (julia-client 0.8.6):
Failed to activate the julia-client package
Cannot set property 'scrollback' of undefined
The error was thrown from the julia-client package.
I’m also told that “this issue has already been reported”
Do you need stack trace ? My OS is Ubuntu 18.04.
Under win10x64 julia-client is hanging at updating(without any message). After Atom restarting i got the error message as above ( “Failed to activate julia-client” ). After uninstalling the julia-client and Atom restarting + client reinstallation. It seems that everything goes OK (but without any message about successfull installation)
julia-client 0.8.7 should fix that
Cannot set property 'scrollback' of undefined bug, so give that a go!
julia-client 0.8.7 doesn’t fix the bug on my computer. Same message as 0.8.6 (see above).
Meh. julia-client 0.8.8 should fix this for good, I hope. Always a bit annoying to try to fix bug I can’t reproduce.
Yeahhh, it’s ok, congratulations !