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Hello Everyone, I'M Trying To Do Prepare A Pipeline On Clearml With My Custom Framework Script That Import And Executes Other Scripts. However, When I Write Functions Inside The Pipeline I Get

hello everyone,

I'm trying to do prepare a pipeline on clearml with my custom framework script that import and executes other scripts. However, when I write functions inside the pipeline I get no module named foo error. how can I prepare the pipeline properly ?

My script looks like above :

` import foo.train as train

def train_func():

pipe = PipelineController(
name='Pipeline demo',


cache_executed_step=True,) `

Posted one year ago
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you can, if its a standalone one

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Posted one year ago

OK got it, thank you! On the other hand why do I need this ? Why can't execute the script in this way ?

Posted one year ago

oh thank you. Is it have to be related to the repo of the foo script right ?

Posted one year ago

Hi GhastlySquirrel83 ,

You can specify the repository ( repo=None, repo_branch=None, repo_commit=None parameters) in the add_function_step for connecting the specific repo into the step, you can view all the options with some examples here - https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/references/sdk/automation_controller_pipelinecontroller#add_function_step

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