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Silence logging when launched from Jupyter #325

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@hahnjo hahnjo commented Apr 1, 2020

This is important for a JupyterHub configured with the option cleanup_servers = False: Upon restart, spawned single-user servers keep running but without the std* streams. When a user then tries to start a new kernel, xeus-cling will get a SIGPIPE when writing to any of these and exit.

This is important for a JupyterHub configured with the option
cleanup_servers = False: Upon restart, spawned single-user servers
keep running but without the std* streams. When a user then tries
to start a new kernel, xeus-cling will get a SIGPIPE when writing
to any of these and exit.
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@JohanMabille JohanMabille commented Apr 1, 2020

Thanks!

@JohanMabille JohanMabille merged commit 4ac5849 into jupyter-xeus:master Apr 1, 2020
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