I recently downloaded the v1.0.1 build on Linux to a machine where I previously had v0.6 installed.
I seem to have a problem that the registry? wasn’t initialised. Thus I cannot add any packages. I’m not sure if it is a firewall or proxy problem. I’m almost tempted to blame the v1.0.1 zip, but since I don’t see others complaining about the same problem, my guess is the problem is on my side.
julia> Pkg.update() Resolving package versions... (v1.0) pkg> status Status `~/.julia/environments/v1.0/Project.toml` (v1.0) pkg> update Resolving package versions... (v1.0) pkg> add DSP ERROR: The following package names could not be resolved: * DSP (not found in project, manifest or registry) Please specify by known `name=uuid`. (v1.0) pkg> add FFTW ERROR: The following package names could not be resolved: * FFTW (not found in project, manifest or registry) Please specify by known `name=uuid`.
Trying to dig a bit:
ls ~/.julia clones lib logs registries v0.6
On another machine where I have version 1.0 working I have
ls ~/.julia clones compiled dev environments lib logs packages registries v0.6
So it seems the ~/.julia/environments folder is missing.
How do I kick the new Package manage to init?
using Pkg julia> Pkg.init() ERROR: UndefVarError: init not defined Stacktrace:  getproperty(::Module, ::Symbol) at ./sysimg.jl:13  top-level scope at none:0
Alternatively how do I check that my proxy settings isn’t stuffed for use with the new package manager?
wget www.julialang.org works, thus wget can get through.
On Julia v0.6, Pkg.update() still works thus the Julia git used by the old package manager still works.