I am reading someone else’s julia code.
He has a huge module.
In his code, he called many functions. I would like to locate the functions in the module so as to read the original codes for these functions.
I do not want to look into each jl file. That is very tedious.
Is there any smart way to quickly locate the original codes? I am using vscode.
Hello and welcome to the community . Here are a few suggestions:
- If you are browsing on github, you can search for
function name_of_function to find the source. (Does not always work, but most of the time)
- If you are browsing in vscode, you can press F12 (
go to symbol) or search for a symbol using the command pallette by first typing
- Lastly, you can use the
@which macros from the REPL
That works！It works well in Github.