This morning I applied the Julia-client update (to 0.10.1) to Atom 1.40.1.
At first, Julia was then missing from Atom altogether. I followed the Juno FAQ instructions to
apm uninstall julia-client
(It failed, said some json was missing, as if it weren’t installed at all)
apm install julia-client
(Appeared to succeed)
Now the environment seems to work, but in the course of using the editor, I am now seeing messages like these every few seconds.
┌ Warning: Atom.jl: unrecognised message outline. └ @ Atom C:\Users\brad\.julia\packages\Atom\Wouyw\src\comm.jl:171
I can’t be sure what action is causing them - they seemed random - at first I thought it was the mouse wheel.
I have figured out one way to reproduce them - it’s not the only cause, though - i’ts just one of the things that causes it. I can reproduce the warning by just clicking between the different tabs of the editor - a warning appears each time I change tabs. But is also seems to occur just while typing in the editor window.
At the moment, I don’t notice any other bad behavior other than these warnings.
I have tried completely closing all my editor tabs and closing Atom and starting over, but the errors recur.
Is this a new bug, or a sign of something wrong with my install?
Does anyone know what it means or how to fix it? It’s a bit hard to work with, as my REPL window overflows with these things and my work scrolls off the screen.