I installed julia to a local directory under MS Win 10, and then atom. But I’ve been unable to get atom set up for julia.
As requested in this forum, I posted a bug report to https://github.com/JunoLab/Juno.jl/issues/296. That’s about being unable to install uber-juno. There was no information I could see about why it couldn’t install. > 3 weeks and no response. There are more details there if you need them.
Someone reported a similar problem here, and solved it by installing ink first in a separate step. I tried to do that, but got an error on indent-detective (“check your internet connection.”) My internet connection is fine, though there is a ton of security software running on my machine and probably on the internet gateways.
Any suggestions? I could just skip using atom, but since that seems to be the recommended style I am reluctant. I could use emacs + julia (ESS for emacs has a julia mode), or even try Visual Studio.
Visual Studio is rather heavy-weight, and seemingly not too julia friendly, so that latter doesn’t seem great. I’ve seen various references to Visual Studio Code (which I think is an editor, not an IDE) working with Julia (and VSC has a julia plugin), but I’m unclear if that means the Visual Studio proper will work with it.