The code I’m developing is in a module
RBSilly, which is what shows as the Current Module on the lower right of my VS Code window.
But when I enter code in the Julia REPL window at the bottom, it does not seem to be evaluating in that context. The module defines a function
fit and to access it from the REPL I must say
RBSilly.fit; the unqualified name is not known.
So I’m guessing the Current Module setting is only intended for code open in the editors. Is that correct?
And if I’d like to be in the
RBSilly namespace in the REPL, what can I do? I suppose I could
using RBSilly in the REPL (although maybe it would need to find the file?), but then I worry this would not stay current as I made edits to the file.
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