Diary.jl keeps a copy of what you type in the REPL in a file called
diary.jl. The file location defaults to the root of your current active project (the same location where your
Manifest.toml files lie). Please read the documentation (links above) for instructions on how to configure Diary.jl to your needs.
If you encounter any problems or have suggestions for how to improve the package, please open an issue or pull request. All contributions from all people are welcome!
To try out Diary.jl, install it using
]add Diary. Then,
julia> using Diary
to get started.
If you want to enable Diary.jl by default, put the following in your
atreplinit() do repl try @eval using Diary catch e @error "Loading Diary.jl:" exception=(e, catch_backtrace()) end end
If used together with OhMyREPL, Diary.jl must be loaded after OhMyREPL.