I’m currently having an issue with some unit tests that use
Here’s a trimmed down sample:
using Test using Pkg using PackageCompiler @testset "Dummy Package tests" begin dir = mktempdir() pkg = "FOO" path = joinpath(dir,pkg) Pkg.generate(path) Pkg.activate(path) Pkg.add("Statistics") open(joinpath(path, "src", "FOO.jl"), "w") do f print(f,"module FOO\nusing Statistics\nend") end @testset "Compile" begin create_app(path, normpath(joinpath(path, "..", pkg)); force=true) end end
ERROR: ArgumentError: Package TOML not found in current path. - Run `import Pkg; Pkg.add("TOML")` to install the TOML package. Stacktrace:  macro expansion @ .\loading.jl:1630 [inlined]  macro expansion @ .\lock.jl:267 [inlined]  require(into::Module, mod::Symbol) @ Base .\loading.jl:1611
This issue is kinda sudden, it started happening a few weeks back.
I can solve it easily by adding
TOML to my extras section in
Project.toml so it’s fine.
I’m just curious to understand why suddenly
PackageCompiler can’t access one of it’s own direct deps in tests. It looks like it’s trying to reach the dep from the project environment which doesn’t have it.
Anyone knows ? What am I doing wrong here ?