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: CERN presented their customized Jupyter instance named SWAN which integrates with the other CERN tools for data and data processing.
 
: CERN presented their customized Jupyter instance named SWAN which integrates with the other CERN tools for data and data processing.
  
; make {{Codeline|--no-gui}} default
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; make {{Codeline|--no-gui} default
 
: Mike http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/octave-maintainers/2018-03/msg00044.html suggested on the mailing to make this change for the upcoming 4.4 release.  We discussed it all together, and everyone agrees.  This should make things simpler for everyone.  There will be only one flag which will be {{Codeline|--gui}} to start the gui and will be used by launchers.  This will simplify the octave code too since we will no longer have to guess whether to start it or not based on whether we have persist or scripts to eval.
 
: Mike http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/octave-maintainers/2018-03/msg00044.html suggested on the mailing to make this change for the upcoming 4.4 release.  We discussed it all together, and everyone agrees.  This should make things simpler for everyone.  There will be only one flag which will be {{Codeline|--gui}} to start the gui and will be used by launchers.  This will simplify the octave code too since we will no longer have to guess whether to start it or not based on whether we have persist or scripts to eval.
 
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