It’s difficult to say without more detailed info (e.g. OS). From your last post I see you have a mac and I suppose you have a borked earlier installation. I’d have a look at
ls -l /usr/local/bin/jul* # any softlinks?
ls -l ~/.jul*
ls /Application # any Julia entries? E.g. Julia-0.6.app
Then delete all existing Julia things, e.g. the whole ‘~/.julia’ folder, ‘~/.juliarc.jl’ etc. and re-install v1.0 from scratch. I compiled from source but I strongly suppose that the binary works well.
A note if you are not aware: Julia 1.0 means that the API is stable but not that all ‘end-user-amenities’ (e.g. debugger) have been implemented yet or that Juno (current ‘standard IDE’) is (fully) aware of Julia 1.0. The release is very fresh and it will take time (weeks) until packages have settled/updated. Lastly, some code (i.e. LinearAlgebra, Statistics) has been ‘outsourced’ to stdlib and needs to be loaded explicitly (e.g.
using LinearAlgebra). It might be a good idea to put these statements into the
Hope it works (and you have fun with this great new release)!