I’m writing a custom module “MyModule” in my local users/calum/.julia/dev.
In MyModule i have a few dependencies that I added manually to the project.toml:
[deps] LinearAlgebra = "37e2e46d-f89d-539d-b4ee-838fcccc9c8e" SPICE = "5bab7191-041a-5c2e-a744-024b9c3a5062" Dates = "ade2ca70-3891-5945-98fb-dc099432e06a" DataFrames = "a93c6f00-e57d-5684-b7b6-d8193f3e46c0" ReferenceFrameRotations = "74f56ac7-18b3-5285-802d-d4bd4f104033"
When I run a code that uses functions defined in MyModule I get a warning just for the SPICE package.
┌ Warning: Package MyModule does not have SPICE in its dependencies: │ - If you have MyModule checked out for development and have │ added SPICE as a dependency but haven't updated your primary │ environment's manifest file, try `Pkg.resolve()`. │ - Otherwise you may need to report an issue with MyModule └ Loading SPICE into MyModule from project dependency, future warnings for MyModule are suppressed.
If I remember correctly, SPICE is not included in the Julia package manger yet (It was installed originally to my Julia environment by cloning the http link form the git repository), so I thought this warning might have something to do with this.
Any ideas how to add SPICE as a dependent package to MyPackage?