I continue to search for handy, stable IDEs for Julia. I could not get JupyterLab to work properly with Julia on Mac or Linux (endless issues and bugs, all known and documented but still there) and the recent attempt to create an add-on to PyCharm is a mess, so I had been using Atom/Juno, even though it is unusable on my Ubuntu machine (key mapping errors, also known and unfixed since 2018!), but had been working (just about) on my Mac.
Unfortunately after an upgrade to Julia 1.4.1, Atom and the julia client became incompatible (known mutual upgrade issues marked as resolved but not resolved as I applied the suggested fixes without success.)
I seem to be spending (wasting!) hours a day trying to fix/resinstall buggy/incompatible IDE’s rather than getting actual work done.
At the moment, the best I seem to be able to do is to run Julia in an Emacs shell, which is clunky, but at least reliable.
Isn’t it time there was a (stable and coordinated!!!) bespoke IDE for Julia?
I will keep an eye on this space to see if someone has found one.