The package is registered in the General registry so it is easily installed by
import Pkg; Pkg.add("OhMyREPL")
One way of automatically starting the package with Julia is by putting
atreplinit() do repl try @eval using OhMyREPL catch e @warn "error while importing OhMyREPL" e end end
.julia/config/startup.jl file. Create this file (and directory) if it is not already there.
You can also compile
OhMyREPL into the Julia system image. This will mean that there is no need to edit your
.juliarc file and the Julia REPL will start a bit quicker since it does not have to parse and compile the package when it is loaded. The way to do this is by using https://github.com/JuliaLang/PackageCompiler.jl.