Getting Juno takes a couple of simple steps:
First, download Julia (command line version) for your platform from the downloads page.
- Run the downloaded installer, using the default settings.
- Double-click the downloaded disk image to load it.
- Drag the Julia-1.X.Y app onto the Applications folder shortcut.
- Unzip the downloaded folder and place it in your home directory.
- Make sure to have dependencies curl and cmake installed.
Download, install and open Atom. If you have it already, make sure it's up to date (version 1.41+).
In Atom, go to Settings (
Cmd+, on macOS. Note that this is Control plus comma!) and go to the "Install" panel.
uber-juno into the search box and hit enter. Click the install button on the package of the same name.
Atom will then set up Juno for you, installing the required Atom and Julia packages.
You may need to add the path to Julia if it is not accessible via the command
julia. To do so, go to
Packages > Juno > Settings and in the first box for
Julia Path insert the path to your Julia installation (example:
You should be good to go now – try opening the REPL with
Packages > Juno > Open REPL or
Ctrl-J Ctrl-O (
Cmd-J Cmd-O on macOS), and then press
Enter in the REPL to start a Julia session.
If you experience problems after installing Juno, have a look at the FAQ section. In case you can't solve your problem with the instructions here or in the FAQ, then please post on Juno.jl GitHub repository or at Julia's discussion forum under the
Tooling ▶ Juno category, and we're happy to help.