My VS Code could not start Julia since Julia Extension 1.4.0 (till latest 1.5.5).
There is an error saying the julia executable path is not correct. However, it is actually right.
When I go back to the older version 1.3.34, there is no such error and Julia can be started.
I have tried several messures, like uninstall VS Code, Julia and reinstall them.
May I have your help to see how to solve the issue?
Thanks & B.Rgds.
The issue was solved. I found it was caused due to some modification since version 1.4.0.
Open “.vscode\extensions\julialang.language-julia-1.5.6\package.json” (as below screenshot)，change ”configuration”–>”julia.executablePath”–>”scope” from ”machine-overridable” into ”machine”, i.e. the same as in version 1.3.34.
Restart VS Code, then Julia can be started.
That sounds like you have a workspace configuration that changes the julia path to something that doesn’t exist.
Thanks so much for your message.
Yes, it is. The workspace configuration changes the user configuration.
I am not familiar with workspace and never configurated or changed it previously. So I did not realize that is the reason causing the issue.
Now I modified the workspace configuration and it works properly.