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Hi Clearml

Hi clearml 🙂 , I wanted to ask you a simple question about the clearml.conf .

What is the most " pythonic " way to parse clearml.conf ? I am built an application that talks to clearml, and I would to dynamically change the url of clearml on demand ... without re-creating my app image;

or is there a way of trigger the clearml-init via python sdk or without a terminal?
thanks a lot

  
  
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Hi FreshKangaroo33
clearml.conf is HOCON format, to parse you can use pyhocon:
https://github.com/chimpler/pyhocon
Or the built in version of clearml:
from clearml.utilities.pyhocon import ConfigFactory config_dict = ConfigFactory.parse_string(text).as_plain_ordered_dict()You can also just get the parsed object
from clearml.config import config_obj

  
  
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