Just make sure it is installed as part of the "installed packages" 🙂
You should end up with something like
git+You can actually add it from your code:
") task = Task.init(...)Notice you can also add a specific commit or branch
Is this what you are looking for ?
you can also do "-e ." that should also work:
Task.add_requirements("-e .") task = Task.init(...)
Yea the "-e ." seems to fit this problem the best.
It seems like whatever I add to
is having no effect.
If this is running with the k8s glue, there console out of the
docker_bash_setup_script ` is currently Not logged into the Task (this bug will be solved in the next version), But the code is being executed. You can see the full logs with kubectl, or test with a simple export test
export MY_TEST=123inside code
import os print("testing", os.environ.get("MY_TEST"))