I’m getting too much stuff printing to the Julia shell and it’s annoying. I know there’s a Print command that prints to my editor (Pluto in this case), but I forget what package it’s in. Got a reminder?
Sidenote: Pluto keeps saying to update, but absolutely refuses to. Tried it six times. It looks like iit’s updating, finishes with no error messages, but I have the same old version and get asked to update again on the next launch. Any ideas?
Yes: Julia > ] > update Pluto
no luck, alas. Still have 14.7 after doing st while still in pkg mode - but the update notice is for 15.1
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If you start a regular Julia REPL and do
what do you get?
@which function(signature) will tell you in what module and file a method is defined. But it’s not (iirc) the
print(x) function that determines what Pluto shows. It’s
show(::IO, ::MIME"text/html", x).
Print is defined in
PlutoUI. It’s effectively the same as
Text(...) from Julia Base: PlutoUI.jl/DisplayTricks.jl at main · fonsp/PlutoUI.jl · GitHub.