In the VSCode Julia REPL, do
x is a table-like object (DataFrame, matrix, etc).
Tried that (found this command in ver. 0.12 release notes), but don’t think I get it correctly. REPL spits out error as below. “df” is my DataFrames. Is there a way to have similar setup like Juno in Atom?
julia> vscodedisplay(df) ERROR: UndefVarError: df not defined Stacktrace:  top-level scope at REPL:1 julia>
Have you run the file in the REPL?
I run the script via CTRL+F5 command.
Ctrl+F5 runs the file in the debugger, right? In that case the REPL won’t see the file. In the command palette (Ctrl+Shift+P) there is a command
Julia: Execute File. Try doing that?
Yes, that does the trick! Thanks.
Wondering if something similar or more convenient as Juno Workspace is available?
I believe a workspace view is in the works.
Take a look at their pull request page. Lots of features are coming.