This questions is more a windows question than a Julia one, so, I’m sorry if this is out of place.
I’m taking a Computational Fluid Dynamics class, where we will be building a cfd code along the semester, and I convinced the professor to allow me to use Julia, although he doesn’t know the language.
Basically, as homework, every week I have to send small executables of part of the code, for example a routine that reads in neutral files and outputs vtk’s. And he will test it.
The problem is he uses Windows, and I haven’t touch a non-Unix machine for ages.
Originally he asked for us to send .exe files, but I don’t want to go to the hassle of compiling and building an executable. He will install julia on his laptop so he can run my scripts. So, finally my question:
TL;DR: Is there a way to make an “executable” julia script for Windows? Something like putting the
#!/usr/bin/env julia in Unix machines.