To use JuliaSim packages on your local machine, you will need to add JuliaHub as a registry on your computer. To do this, you need to download an authentication token from the platform.
julia> using Pkg julia> original_active_project = Base.active_project() julia> try withenv("JULIA_PKG_SERVER" => nothing) do Pkg.activate("v$(VERSION.major).$(VERSION.minor)"; shared = true) Pkg.add("PkgAuthentication") end finally Pkg.activate(original_active_project) end
Next, configure Julia to be aware of http://juliahub.com's package server:
julia> using PkgAuthentication julia> PkgAuthentication.install("juliahub.com")
Then add all known registries on https://juliahub.com, including the JuliaHub registry, from the "Pkg REPL" (by pressing
] from the Julia REPL), using
The command above will only work on Julia v1.8 and later. On versions prior to v1.8 use the
pkg> REPL command
registry add instead.
This will open up a new browser window or tab and ask you to sign in to https://juliahub.com or to confirm authenticating as an already logged in user.
Once logged in, the browser tab can be closed. Julia will be authenticated with the package server at https://juliahub.com and download all available registries.
This will also change the package server to https://juliahub.com for all Julia sessions that run
The authentication token will expire after a while, so it is convenient to enable an automatic mechanism for renewal. This can be achieved using the previously installed
PkgAuthentication package, by adding the following snippet to your local
<home directory>/.julia/config/startup.jl file.
Base.eval(Module(), quote using PkgAuthentication PkgAuthentication.install("juliahub.com") end)
This will ensure that whenever a
Pkg operation is performed that an up-to-date authentication token is available either silently or through another browser interaction.
The following JuliaSim packages currently support usage through the JuliaHub registry:
See the relevant package's documentation for more details.
JuliaSim is a proprietary software developed by JuliaHub Inc. Using the packages through the registry requires a valid JuliaSim license. It is free to use for non-commercial academic teaching and research purposes. For commercial users, license fees apply. Please refer to the End User License Agreement for details. Please contact email@example.com for purchasing information.