Julia Path: The location of the Julia binary. This is the command that Atom uses to call Julia. It defaults to the command
juliawhich requires that Julia has been added to the path. If Julia is not in the path, this must be the path to the Julia binary.
Boot Mode: This is the type of process list that atom-julia-client is using.
The default is
Basic, which only has one process running at a time.
Cyclerinstead has a process queue per window, meaning that if you quit the REPL (
Ctrl+o) then there exists an already running process which will seamlessly replace it.
Serverhas a shared process queue between all windows, resulting in less processes (
nis the number of windows), but is still experimental. Currently disabled due to instability.
Deprecation Warnings: Checkbox for whether to show the Julia deprecation warnings in the console.
Optimization Level: Sets the
-Ooptimization level for the Julia LLVM compiler. The default is
-O3which is the default for the Julia REPL. Higher levels take longer to compile but produce faster code.
Enable Powershell Wrapper (Windows only): Use a Powershell wrapper to spawn Julia. This is required in order to allow interrupts.
Notifications: Enables popup notifications when the evaluation finishes.
Error Notifications: When evaluating a script, this will show a popup when errors are encountered instead of only printing the error to the console.
Enable Menu: Enables the Julia menu in the menu bar. This option requires a restart of Atom for the change to take effect.
Enable Tool Bar: Shows the Julia icons in the tool bar. This option requires a restart of Atom for the change to take effect.
Use Standard Layout: Sets up a classical IDE UI (editor, console, and workspace) on startup.
Maximum Console Size: Limits the number of displayed lines in the Console (default: 10,000). A larger value will display more entries at the cost of slowing down Atom.
Terminal: The command which is used to open a new REPL.
Result Display Mode: Determines where the result of an inline evaluation is displayed:
Float results next to code
Display results under code
Display results in the console