This VS Code extension provides support for the julia programming language.
Getting the julia extension for VS Code to work involves two steps: 1.
Install VS Code and 2. Install the julia extension.
Installing VS Code
Just head over to the VS Code homepage
and follow the installation instructions for your platform. At the end of
this step you should be able to start VS Code.
Install the julia extension
First, start VS Code. Inside VS Code, go to the extensions view either by
View: Show Extensions command (click View->Command Palette...)
or by clicking on the extension icon on the left side of the VS Code
In the extensions view, simply search for the term
julia in the marketplace
search box, then select the julia extension and click the install button.
You might have to restart VS Code after this step.
Configure the julia extension
If you have installed julia into a standard location on Mac or Windows, or
if the julia binary is on your
PATH, the julia VS Code extension should
automatically find your julia installation and you should not need to
If the extension does not find your julia installation automatically, or
if you want to use a different julia installation than the default one,
you can set the
julia.executablePath to point to the julia executable
that the extension should use. In that case the
extension will always use that version of julia. To edit your configuration
settings, execute the
Preferences: Open User Settings command (you can
also access it via the menu
then make sure your user settings include the
setting. The format of the string should follow your platform specific
conventions, and be aware that the backlash
\ is the escape character
in JSON, so you need to use
\\ as the path separator character on Windows.
The extension currently provides