This is an example Julia repository. It was generated using:
# Pkg.add("PkgDev") using PkgDev PkgDev.generate("ExamplePackage","MIT")
Please check out the source code for details. In the
/src directory, the general
structure of a Julia package is outlined. Tips and suggestions are given so that
way the library can be both generic and performant. In the
a scalable testing structure is shown. The
REQUIRE file shows how to setup
a package dependency. The
/docs folder was generated using
# Pkg.add("Documenter") using Documenter Documenter.generate("ExamplePackage")
Continuous integration (CI) testing will run your test suite every time code is changed. It will also build a new version of your docs. Setting up CI is mandatory for any registered Julia package. For information on getting CI setup, see
You should setup both Travis and AppVeyor. Travis is for Linux and Mac, while AppVeyor is for Windows. This will ensure that your package installs and runs and the most popular OSs.
Since this package is not registered, you must install it by cloning. To add this package, use:
For general tips for getting good performance, check out the following post:
There are many places to get help from the Julia community. I would like to highlight what I think are the most helpful. In many cases a quick chat can answer a lot of questions. The JuliaLang Gitter channel (linked with the IRC #julia freenode channel) is a great resource for asking general Julia questions:
The Julia Discourse is a forum of Julia users for general questions, with subtopics for questions on more specific topics such as machine learning and numerics.
Lastly, you can also post to StackOverflow using the tag julia-lang.
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