[I’ve yet to make a package, I believe the procedure autogenerates a REQUIRE file, anyone remembers for what version of Julia that got added?]
I mean code without a REQUIRE file (I know how to read those). [To answer my question, either you you would have it and/or newer .toml. but in theory at least you could have a Julia 1.0 package/code with neither?]
It either can mean the code is new (with a .toml file; while it’s not required for 1.0, I believe only either or both those or a REQUIRE file is needed) that should work in Julia 1.0+ or really old as in:
I know I could just test it, but it’s not fool-prove (reads: the halting problem).
In this case:
julia> using Sodium ERROR: LoadError: UndefVarError: Uint32 not defined in include_from_node1(::String) at ./loading.jl:488 in eval(::Module, ::Any) at ./boot.jl:234 in require(::Symbol) at ./loading.jl:415 while loading /home/qwerty/.julia/v0.5/Sodium/src/Sodium.jl, in expression starting on line 4
Would femtocleaner handle such old? I’ve yet to look into using it.
It’s rare to find such old code such as at: