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Hello again 🙂 , any way to get clearml-task utility to support Conda enviroment.yml file passed to --requirements flag? (trying to avoid converting to a requirements.txt everytime) (cc TightMole42 )

Posted 2 years ago
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I think EmbarrassedSpider34 is correct.
When you pass the requirements to clearml-task, actually the agent depending on how it was configured (conda / pip) will do the installation.
That said, maybe it is worth adding support to provide the env.yml in the CLI ?
(Notice that adding specific channels needs to be configured on the agent, they are not stored per Task)
AlertCamel57 wdyt?

Posted 2 years ago

I am not a staff member. But it seems like something quite trivial with not much effort.
if you can avoid conda and don't need the c++ dependencies that conda takes care of
(and since you can convert to pip fomat , you probably can).

Posted 2 years ago

thanks, i was just wondering if there's a way to pass it as is

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