Apologies but I can’t seem to find clear documentation on this.
[and the little I did find didn’t work]
I have created a fork from a package on github, and before tinkering with it, I want to see how to just load the package (as is) from the fork (as a test).
Most of the documentation I found seems to refer to Pkg.clone(), but I saw elsewhere that this seems to be deprecated and subsumed into Pkg.add().
(First question) Is this correct?
Assuming the answer to the above is ‘yes’, I tried to add Pkg.add() with my forked url path on github but it didn’t work.
(Second question) Do I need to do something first to my forked package on github after having created it using ‘fork’ in order to be able to load it with ‘add’?
(third question) There was reference somewhere to using the ‘#’ to refer to a forked version of a package. How does this work?
Sorry for such basic questions, but thanks for any help.