In this section we review the recommended setup to start working with this package.
This package requires Julia v0.6 or later. Refer to the official documentation on how to install it for your system. Below we explain the steps for setting up
LazySets on your system and checking that it builds correctly.
LazySets, use the following command inside Julia's REPL:
clone if you want to develop the code. The full list of dependencies (which are automatically installed) is specified in the
Use the following command from Julia's REPL:
julia> using LazySets
This should precompile the package and make it available afterward.
Some optional dependencies, such as
Expokit.jl (a package that provides lazy matrix exponentiation routines), are not installed by default. When loading the corresponding packages in addition, new functionality in
LazySets is added automatically (a feature that is possible through the
There are different ways to use Julia: from the terminal, from the Julia REPL, from IJulia (i.e., Jupyter notebook), from Juno, etc. If you do not have a preferred choice, we recommend using
LazySets through IJulia; one reason is that the visualization is conveniently embedded into the notebook, and it can be exported into different formats, among other benefits. On the other hand, for development purposes you probably want to use the REPL or the Juno environment.
After working with
LazySets for some time, you may want to get the newest version. For this you can use the following command (e.g., from the REPL):
That will check out the latest version in the
master branch, and precompile it the next time you enter a session and execute