Thanks. That worked.

On Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 6:55:34 PM UTC-7, Cedric St-Jean wrote:
>
> I have multiple julia versions installed (merely through never deleting 
> them). At every new version I've called `Pkg.build("IJulia")` from the 
> command line. This adds the new kernel to the list of kernels in the Kernel 
> -> Change Kernel menu of the Jupyter notebooks. Does that not work for you? 
> Maybe you need to update Jupyter (via conda?)
>
> On Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 1:24:41 PM UTC-4, Roger Whitney wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> On Monday, December 8, 2014 at 2:58:49 AM UTC-8, Simon Byrne wrote:
>>>
>>> I have multiple versions of julia installed on my machine. Is there an 
>>> easy way to specify which version of julia I want to use when running 
>>> ijulia?
>>>
>>> Simon
>>>
>>
>> JuliaBox has configured iJulia so one can select which version of Julia 
>> to use in a notebook. That is I can run one notebook using Julia 0.4 and 
>> another notebook using Julia 0.5 at the same time. I am currently teaching 
>> a class of ~60 students using Julia. I have students turn in their 
>> assignments as Jupyter notebooks. Now that Julia 0.5 is out it is going to 
>> be difficult to keep everyone in the class on the same version of Julia. It 
>> would be very useful if I could configure my local copy of Jupyter/iJulia 
>> to support two versions of Julia at the sometime. Does anyone know how this 
>> is done?
>>
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