How can I view the whole command history?



How can I view the whole list of commands used on Visual Studio Code + Julia?
I’m not able to find that option.
I can just use the arrows to slowly navigate through than commands on the REPL.


CRTL+R should let you search through the history. Type something and up-arrow should only show stuff which started with those letters. The full history is in the ~/.julia_history file, at least for Julia 0.6.


It moved to ~/.julia/logs/repl_history.jl in 1.0.


on my Spanish keyboard Ctrl+R doesn’t show the history.
It shows this box


And how can you view its content from VS Code?

After you mentioned repl_history I’ve found this question on stackoverflow

It seems we don’t have a dedicated window on VS Code to view the history as we do on RStudio or other applications.


You can just open the file. It’s a plain text file.


You know I don’t mean that.


I don’t—that’s how I view it. I also don’t use an IDE.

Is there an easy way to get at the history of REPL input?

Thanks, this was helpful. It’s nice to be able to open the file directly. Still, sometimes I wish there was something equivalent to bash shell’s history command to just list the history in the REPL.


You might like @searchhistory from