How to set julia startup options in Jupyter notebook?

Are there Julia commands or environment settings that I can put at the top of a notebook (.ipynb) file, or put in .juliarc.jl, to get the same effect as launching julia from the command line with various option switches?

For example, I would sometimes like to do

 $ julia -O3


$ julia -g


$ julia -p 1

etc., but run in the jupyter-notebook environment rather than in a terminal.

Sorry if this has already been answered. I did search this forum, the docs, and Google, but haven’t found an answer yet. (I cross-posted this question as an issue on the jupyter/help github page.)

This surely isn’t the answer that you’re looking for, but I thought I’d mention that using Literate.jl together with Revise.jl is a great alternative to Jupyter notebooks (and it would be obvious how to do what you’re asking, because you could just do exactly what you already said).


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Thanks for the quick answer!