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Hello, Is There A Way For The Clearml Agents To Check For Repository Changes Recursively? Eg, Our Source Is Broken In Serveral Different Submodules, Clearml'S Automatic Diffs Only Work In The Entrypoint Repo

is there a way for the clearml agents to check for repository changes recursively? eg, our source is broken in serveral different submodules, clearml's automatic diffs only work in the entrypoint repo

Posted 2 years ago
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Hi ShakyJellyfish91 ,

looks like this already been solved, it's just not merged yet --

Yeah, we hope to get a PR soon 🙂 - if you're on it and can test this fix and assist with the PR, we'll appreciate it 🙂

Posted 2 years ago

hey CostlyOstrich36 , it's a bit different than that

I have a git repository that containers multiple git submodules
I'm starting the task at the root repository, however, if I have changes within the submodules, clearml doesn't see them

I was looking into implementing my own diff system, as I see the Task.create http API supports that, but the Task.create python API doesn't seem to have support for it

Posted 2 years ago

looks like this already been solved, it's just not merged yet -- https://github.com/allegroai/clearml/issues/457

Posted 2 years ago

ShakyJellyfish91 , Hi!

If I understand correctly you wish for the agent to take the latest commit in the repo while the task was ran at a previous commit?

Posted 2 years ago
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