Julia does not run in Atom!

Install the following packages by hand, and with the procedure shown in the code lines:

C:\Users\XXXXX>cd .atom

C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom>cd packages

git clone https://github.com/JunoLab/atom-ink.git
C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom\packages>cd atom-ink
C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom\packages\atom-ink>apm install
Installing modules done

git clone https://github.com/JunoLab/uber-juno.git
 C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom\packages>cd uber-juno
 C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom\packages\uber-juno>apm install
Installing modules done

 git clone https://github.com/JunoLab/atom-julia-client.git
C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom\packages>cd atom-julia-client
C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom\packages\atom-julia-client>amp install

 git clone https://github.com/JuliaEditorSupport/atom-language-julia.git
C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom\packages>cd atom-language-julia
C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom\packages\atom-language-julia>apm install
Installing modules done

git clone https://github.com/nteract/hydrogen.git
C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom\packages>cd hydrogen
C:\Users\XXXXX\.atom\packages\hydrogen>apm install

But all the time when I intend to run Ju; ia from Atom I receive the following alert:

Press Enter to start Julia.
ERROR: System image file failed consistency check: maybe opened the wrong version?

How to proceed? To achieve the task

C:\Users\hermesr>apm -version
apm 2.1.2
npm 6.2.0
node 8.9.3 ia32
atom 1.32.2
python
git 2.19.1.windows.1
visual studio

How did you install Julia and the Julia packages? Does the Julia REPL itself work fine? What happens when you call using Atom in a normal Julia REPL?

julia> using Atom
[ Info: Precompiling Atom [c52e3926-4ff0-5f6e-af25-54175e0327b1]
WARNING: Method definition displayable(Atom.JunoDisplay, Base.MIME{Symbol("appli
cation/prs.juno.jlpane")}) in module Atom at C:\Users\XXXXX\.julia\packages\At
om\v2iqN\src\display\showdisplay.jl:92 overwritten at C:\Users\XXXXX\.julia\pa
ckages\Atom\v2iqN\src\display\showdisplay.jl:94.
WARNING: could not import Base.endof into StringDistances

And are you sure that that version of Julia is the one you’re trying to start from Juno too? You can double check in the julia-client settings.

If this can help in something:

config.cson
"*":
  "autocomplete-plus":
    confirmCompletion: "tab always, enter when suggestion explicitly selected"
  editor:
    scrollPastEnd: true
  "exception-reporting":
    userId: "a8552954-dcde-45d0-801e-90bbcea11c73"
  "julia-client":
    firstBoot: false
    juliaPath: "C:\\Users\\hermesr\\AppData\\Local\\Julia-1.0.2\\bin\\julia.exe"
    uiOptions:
      enableMenu: true
      enableToolBar: true
  "tool-bar":
    position: "Left"
  "uber-juno":
    disable: true

> VM22 <embedded>:14 Unable to locate git workspace root for C:\Users\hermesr\Documents\Julia software\Julia Scripts. Expected if C:\Users\hermesr\Documents\Julia software\Julia Scripts is not in a git repository. GitError: git rev-parse --show-toplevel in C:\Users\hermesr\Documents\Julia software\Julia Scripts exited with code 128
> 
> stdout:
> 
> stderr: fatal: not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git
> 
> at new GitError (C:\Users\hermesr\AppData\Local\atom\app-1.32.2\resources\app\static\<embedded>:14:2765929)
> 
> at Promise (C:\Users\hermesr\AppData\Local\atom\app-1.32.2\resources\app\static\<embedded>:14:2770747)
> 
> at <anonymous>
> 
> at process._tickCallback (internal/process/next_tick.js:188:7)
> 
> revParse @ VM22 <embedded>:14

:grinning:

Solved the problem:
Atom under Julia -> Settings:

Uncheck “Enable Powershell Wrapper”.

Thank you