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Author AvatarKirik
5/19/2023, 9:18:12 PM

While reading about JuliaUp offering multi julia version managment, I decided -good or not so GOOD idea - to go that way before activating Genie jl inside Vscode.

So I can currently run in the Cli Julia 1.9.0 and sys.BINDIR command returns : "/home/mint/.julia/juliaup/julia-1.9.0+0.x64.linux.gnu/bin"

whatever execution path I try to set is not accepted in the Vscode execpath settings.

In the file .profile it somehow contains this (other) path : **this is also an existing valid path in the home folders... case ":$PATH:" in *:/home/mint/.juliaup/bin:*) ;; *) export PATH=/home/mint/.juliaup/bin${PATH:+:${PATH}} ;; esac

Question : should I uninstall JULIAUP and go for a straight Julia 1.9.0 (or else) install in order for VSCode to execute all my jl scripts ? Or should i try modifying the existing path in .profile to : /home/mint/.julia/juliaup/julia-1.9.0+0.x64.linux.gnu/bin

Those "+" and "dots" symbols in the path seems a bit wierd to me - could it be the reason for the VSC path problem ?

thanks for any experienced help ๐Ÿ™ƒ

Author Avatarabhimanyuaryan
6/4/2023, 11:01:26 PM

Juliaup is a plug-and-play solution. It configures the command in your shell and allows you to install and set any version as default.

Author Avatarabhimanyuaryan
6/4/2023, 11:02:32 PM

I suggest that you ask any juliaup specific question here:

Author AvatarGenerallyClueless
6/25/2023, 1:46:35 PM

Thanks for posting. I amrunning VS Code on Mint and I notice a lot of annoying issues.... particularly the terminals within VS Code keep losing changes to the PATH (even though julia path is set in VS Code)

Author AvatarGenerallyClueless
6/25/2023, 1:47:05 PM

I will have to read about Juliaup and maybe use that moving forward.