Artifacts.toml file contains
[TestData] git-tree-sha1 = "9d575764bc1c1a7860c34c5b153251e5f2ee6704" lazy = true [[TestData.download]] sha256 = "7fcd1e390c59530e9ea00939afd1798813e3727b" url = "https://ndownloader.figshare.com/files/21085968"
I can probably find this out by experimenting or, when all else fails, read the code, but does a call to
julia> test_data_hash = artifact_hash("TestData", test_artifacts_toml)
trigger the download of the artifact if it does not currently exist?
Also, how would I go about using the
@artifact_str facility? I can’t get it to work because I can’t figure out how to tell it where the
Artifacts.toml file is.
julia> artifact"TestData" ERROR: LoadError: Cannot locate '(Julia)Artifacts.toml' file when attempting to use artifact 'TestData' in 'Main' Stacktrace:  @artifact_str(::LineNumberNode, ::Module, ::Any) at /home/bates/src/julia-1.3.1/share/julia/stdlib/v1.3/Pkg/src/Artifacts.jl:1001 in expression starting at none:1
My goal is to have a
test/Artifacts.toml to load the data that I use for testing the package. It is not needed for the package itself to function so I would like to isolate it in the test directory.