The new JuliaPro releases (based on Julia 1.0) therefore do not bundle packages any more. The downloadable distributions contain only the compiler, the standard library, and the Juno IDE.
Even though the packages are not bundled, JuliaPro users still benefit from a curated set of packages. This is provided through the JuliaPro package registry hosted by Julia Computing.
How are those JuliaPro packages different from the regular packages?
I guess they are not linked against MKL because it’s not used.
So, what’s the difference?