Julia v1.1.0 has been released

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#26

Do you still want bug reports for 1.0.3? For context, I just found a case where it seems that running tests with code coverage on produces different results than with code coverage off on 1.0.3, while 1.1.0 doesn’t display this behavior.

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#27

Yes, please do file issues for bugs on the 1.0.x branch—this is the current long term support branch so there will be further bug fix 1.0.x releases.

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#28

OK, see https://github.com/JuliaLang/julia/issues/30872.

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#29

I’ve just noticed, that the checksum files for v1.1.0 are not linked on https://julialang.org/downloads/, only the checksum files for v1.0.3 are linked to.

However, one can download them, if adapting the URL of the v1.0.3 ones, e.g. https://julialang-s3.julialang.org/bin/checksums/julia-1.1.0.sha256

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#30

I know this is a stupid question but

Does Julia v1.1.0 works on the Juno Atom editor (on a mac)?

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#31

Yes

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#33

So I updated to Julia 1.1.0. I did this by downloading the julia 1.1.0 tar.gz file, extracting it in my home directory. I then added /home/me/julia-1.1.0/bin/julia to my path (allowing me to run julia from there. Hadn’t actually done this with earlier versions since I mostly ran it from Juno or Jupyter). Next I also updated by JUNO path to point to this file. When I start Julia in Juno it also runs the 1.1.0 version.

However: I seem to have lost all my packages somehow. running pkg.status() (in juno or in console) only gives me

Status `~/.julia/environments/v1.1/Project.toml`
[c52e3926] Atom v0.7.14
[e5e0dc1b] Juno v0.5.4

which is missing almost all packages. I still have a .julia folder in my home directory, and it seems to look like before (with all the packages there). However, Julia seem to have lost contact with them since the update.

I discovered this when I wanted to update Jupyter to 1.1.0 by running Pkg.build("IJulia"), however when I tried to apparently I was missing IJulia.

I presume there is some easy way to re-establish contact with the packages I have previously added (that is not to re-add them all again). But how?

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#34

See this comment.

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#35

This seems to work. Thanks.

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#36

I noticed both debian and Fedora official depository of Julia still hasn’t been updated to 1.1. This is kind of weird for me.

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#37

The generic Linux binaries work fine on Debian and CentOS, but I guess you know this already.

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#38

I prefer to use the default Julia repository of linux system for easier updating.

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#39

Julia v1.1 is in Debian experimental: https://packages.debian.org/experimental/julia

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