I have more than a hundred packages installed. But
Pkg.installed()only lists some 40 due to the size of the terminal window. How can I see all installed packages?
Also, how can I have the installed packages printed alphabetically using
Pkg.installed()? It’s hard to pick ham from peas.
It takes more than 5 minutes on my machine for
Pkg.installed()to return. Is this normal?
Is there a way to see all registered Julia packages on the METADATA git page: https://github.com/JuliaLang/METADATA.jl. The last 277 packages are not see-able on that page.
I use a package which is registered with METADATA. But I don’t use its tagged version, since it’s too old. I use the development version that I checked out from its git repo. However, each time when I
Pkg.update(), the tagged version is installed automatically and overrides the version I intend to use. This really drive me nuts as I have to manually
Pkg.rmthe tagged version. Is there a way to avoid this?
Sorry to be lengthy. Thanks!!