I got the error shown on the top right-hand corner by clicking on the column on the left of a target line number.
Remarks: My installation steps in Xubuntu 18.04
Downloaded the gzipped tarball for current stable version of Julia from the official site
sudo tar xf -C /opt for system-wide installation (of optional packages)
Installed Atom through the DEB file
uber-juno from the Atom’s command palette.
Created a link to Julia under
/usr/bin. (I’ve already added Julia to my ZSHRC’s
$ cd /usr/bin
$ sudo ln -s $(which julia) julia
using Revise should fix that error. Also take a look at our docs.
I did ran that command in the REPL before adding breakpoints, but the same message still appeared: Couldn't make Revise work with Juno · Issue #296 · timholy/Revise.jl · GitHub
Thanks to @kristoffer.carlsson’s answer in the linked post, I can now add breakpoints without problem. I’m editing this and I’m going to mark this as solved to save others’ effort.
includet("temp.jl") # name of file to be debugged
Juno.@run myfct() # must be a function call; or
# Juno.@enter myfct() # must be a function call
“This means that you can only set breakpoints in your own scripts (that are not part of a package) if you have