Command line options for Julia kernels in Jupyter

I haven’t been able to figure out how to specify command line options (specifically, -O3 and --check-bounds=no) for the Julia kernel that Jupyter uses. This would be handy for profiling. Any ideas?

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Not sure if this is the official way to do it, but I believe the relevant information is here. I think you can just copy your julia-0.5 kernel folder with a different name, and change the options. IIRC that’s what I did to generate a no-inline kernel:

  "display_name": "Julia 0.4.5 (inline=no)",
  "argv": [
  "language": "julia"

Awesome, thanks so much!

Just found in,
using IJulia
installkernel(“Julia nodeps”, “–depwarn=no”)