I’m working with Juno 0.3.0, and my question is on knowing which module we are currently working in.
Starting up the REPL in Juno sets me in the “Main” module, and my current version of Julia (1.2)
Now when I generate a new package called Example, here is what happens:
- before activating the Example environment, I am still in the Main one, which is as expected.
- after activating the Example environment
In all of these screenshots, my cursor was at the end of line 3 of example.jl
This has some importance as when I set my cursor in the REPL, Juno says I am always working the Main module, independently of the activated environment:
What I was expecting after activating the Example environment: see “Example” written at the bottom right corner of Juno, and not Main/Example. About Juno always showing that we are in the Main environment when my cursor in the REPL, I am also unsure about why this is the case.
This might have to do with the following question: can we leave the “Main” module?
Also, I might use “environment” and “module” words inappropriately!
Thanks for any help!