Start a single process when running Sage
Jupyter assumes that it is running a single process, otherwise interrupts get sent to the wrong process. With Sage, this assumption is currently not true due to the "frontend" $SAGE_ROOT/sage
script. If we instead use exec
there and apply #19135, this is no longer a problem and Sage Jupyter notebooks can be interrupted properly.
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Fix interrupts in Jupyter →
Start a single process when running Sage

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Fix interrupts in Jupyter