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We Just Had A Slight Problem - There Was A Double Space In S3 Checkpoint Name, But Clearml Ui Prints Them As One In The Model Description. If You Copy And Paste It, The Address Will Be Wrong

we just had a slight problem - there was a double space in S3 checkpoint name, but ClearML UI prints them as one in the model description. if you copy and paste it, the address will be wrong

Posted one year ago
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Haha, should not be too complicated to add one. We will consider it. Thanks for reporting the issue

Posted one year ago

thanks! we copy S3 URLs quite often. I know that itโ€™s better to avoid double spaces in task names, but shit happens ๐Ÿ˜„

Posted one year ago

Could you elaborate on S3 checkpoint name?
I'm assuming it's a filename?
Possibly post those few lines of code?

We checked in the UI and if the model description is edited with double spaces, they remain, so the problem is likely somewhere in the SDK.

Posted one year ago

sounds like an overkill for this problem, but I donโ€™t see any other pretty solution ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Posted one year ago

original task name contains double space -> saved checkpoint also contains double space -> MODEL URL field in model description of this checkpoint in ClearML converts double space into single space. so when you copy & paste it somewhere, it'll be incorrect

Posted one year ago

Hi DilapidatedDucks58 ! Browsers display double spaces as a single space by default. This is a common problem. What we could do is add a copy to clipboard button (it would copy the text properly). What do you think?

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