When I’m not in a Project directory, I can make a file like so:
# M1.jl module M1 export M1Type struct M1Type data::Real end end
and then from that directory:
and that all works just fine. But if I’m in a Project directory (I have a Project.toml file), I can’t figure out how to use M1 in a similar way.
julia> using M1 ERROR: ArgumentError: Package M1 not found in current path: - Run `import Pkg; Pkg.add("M1")` to install the M1 package.
I’ve tried to activate the local project and
]add /full/path/to/M1.jl, etc., but I’m reasonably sure that that’s just for packages, not local modules, and it just says:
ERROR: The following package names could not be resolved: * M1 (not found in project, manifest or registry) Please specify by known `name=uuid`.
hence I don’t know how to make Julia “know” about my local M1 module when I’m in a Project directory.
(I know I can
include("M1.jl"), but that does something a little different, such that anything that needs
M1 needs to know where it’s loaded.)
In How to load a module from the current directory?, the “solution” was to delete the Project.toml file. Not what I’m looking to do!
I feel like I’ve read over the Module and Code Loading sections of the doc a bunch without figuring this out.