bhagwanI mostly develop in go and like the struct marshaling/unmarshaling, so I think I would enjoy something similar
bhagwanBut a quick google search of JSON libraries I found, JSON.jl, JSON2.jl, JSON3.jl, LazyJSON.js, Unmarshal.jl, etc
bhagwanI believe LazyJSON and JSON are the only ones without marshal
&Adam@spencerking see the instructions under "chat" on https://julialang.org/community/
append!behave differently for AbstractArray versus other iterators, which is also confusing, or
[slack] <jeffrey_sarnoff> It sounds as though the Julia installation is corrupted. Not knowing what is causing the problem, here are suggestions
I would write down the instructions here https://www.easeus.com/partition-manager-software/repair-corrupted-ssd-hdd.html to "Repair corrupted SSD/HDD when PC can be booted" in "Part 2" of the page, restart the machine, follow those instructions, restart the machine when its done. [it may well be unneeded, but if it is needed -- it is badly needed].
Then should delete v1.3.0 and then download v1.3.1 and install that (the current stable version). As I recall there are two directories to delete:
C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Julia-1.3.0 . After installing v1.3.1, run the REPL and do
] up. Restart the REPL and add
Plots. Then try
using Plots if that is ok, add other packages (one at a time until you feel things are going well).
If this does not resolve you situation, let us know -- someone else may have another approach.