I am working on Julia 0.6.4. I installed Optim.jl and its binary in my directory of current project. but when I call “optimize” function of this package, I got the error:
ERROR: UndefVarError: optimize not defined
My environment in which I use Julia knows Optim.jl but only “eval” one is defined, no other functions of this package.
Hi @Ajaychat3, thanks for your reply. Actually, no! well, I tried though.
However, the function is defined as “optimize” inside the package. I am wondering why I use tab to see other modules of this package nothing is appeared, while I use for the other installed packages and I could see a list of all modules inside that specific package!!!
Thank you very much:)
The version of Optim.jl is 0.18.1+
I am using Atom as an IDE.
well, I would like to upgrade the current version, however It cannot be taken by my decision, as I am supposed to work with this version!!
there is no MWE! Well, I mean, simply I installed the package by:
then “using Optim”
but after that no access to any functions inside.
when I type “Optim.” and press tab to get the list of all functions, it gives me only:
“Optim.eval” as an output!
Note that in this case your community support options are somewhat limited. Even if you get Optim.jl working (which should, of course, be feasible), most packages will be at versions that are not supported any more.