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Good Day To All. I Am Moving From One Mlops Framework To Clearml And Have A Question On Git Integration. In My Prev Framework Each Ml Project Had A Specified Git Repository Url To Keep Track Of Changes In Train.Py, Score.Py And So On. How Is Git Integrati

Good day to all. I am moving from one MLOps framework to clearml and have a question on git integration.
In my prev framework each ML project had a specified git repository URL to keep track of changes in train.py, score.py and so on.
How is git integration organised in clearml? I have not found in the doc anything on that except for agent setup.
Is there any git integration for clearml api/web-server?
Thank you!

  
  
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GentleSwallow91 For more information, look at what ClearML logs for your experiments: https://docs-testing.allegro.ai/docs/latest/docs/fundamentals/task#logging-task-information

  
  
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Hi GentleSwallow91 ,

ClearML has seamless integration with git. ClearML automagically detects the repository the code was run from, specific commit AND uncommitted changes. Each experiment has it's git data logged individually. You can see this in the 'Execution' section in the webUI.

  
  
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