I have a newbie question regarding VSCode:
versioninfo() tells me I am currently using 1.6.0. But I have 1.6.1 installed, so I’d like to use that instead. Here’s the output from
I tried to change this according to the instructions given here: I went into my Julia extension settings and changed the executable path to
I also went into my settings.json file and set my Julia executable path as the same thing (but with double backslashes, as the documentation says to, since I’m using Windows):
I then restarted VSCode, but it still says I’m using 1.6.0.
Also, I’m not sure if this is relevant, but I noticed that when I go to the executable file in Julia-1.6.1 folder and hover my mouse over the icon, it says “File version: 220.127.116.11”:
This seemed strange to me…However, I am using 1.6.1 when I’m working in Jupyter Notebook, and the Jupyter shortcut I created points to this same file…
So I’m pretty confused as to why I can’t get 1.6.1 in VSCode…Any ideas or suggestions for what I should try?
(I’m using v1.59.0 of VSCode, by the way.)