I upgraded to the latest versions of both Julia and Atom on Windows 10 Pro. I used the Windows uninstaller to uninstall the older versions; after that I deleted the .atom and .julia subfolders in my Users folder to make sure I’d have a clean install. I then installed Julia 1.5.2, and then Atom 1.51.0. I followed the instructions for setting up the uber-juno package. But when I try to start Julia from Atom I get the message:
Julia could not be started.
Couldn’t resolve version.
We tried to launch julia. This path can be changed in the settings.
I looked in Settings, but couldn’t find a way to change the path. Is there some other file I could change, like a .json file that points to Julia?