Execute the following in a Julia prompt:
pkg> dev Atom Juno
This will automatically clone the git repos of most of the packages that power Juno into
~/.julia/dev. It might make sense to do this in a clean environment, so you can switch back to a known working version.
Executing the following lines of code in a terminal will give you the development versions of the Atom packages that power Juno:
λ apm dev language-julia λ apm dev julia-client λ apm dev ink
You'll find those packages in
~/github/ by default, but can also specify a directory as the second argument to
After that you can start Atom in development mode via
λ atom -d
to get the development version of these packages or without the
-d flag to use the latest released version.