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Hi All, Is There Documentation \ Example Describing How Does Clearml Works With Hydra?


, if you don't mind having a look too,

With pleasure :)

according to the above I was expecting the config to be auto-magically updated with the new yaml config I edited in the UI, however it seems like an additional step is required.. probably connect_dict? or am I missing something

Notice the OmegaConf section description :
Full OmegaConf YAML configuration. This is a read-only section, unless 'Hydra/_allow_omegaconf_edit_' is set to TrueBy default it will always be "read0-only" meaning it will store the configuration based on the conf files and the --overrides (See the args section, you can change them there)
If you want to full edit the OmegaConf and Use it, go to the Configuration "Hydra" Section, and change _allow_omegaconf_edit_ to True.
Now the OmegaConf from the UI will override the one created in runtime.
Sounds good ?

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