Hi HelpfulDeer76 ,
If your experiments use uncommitted changes, these will show up when you compare experiments (and you can see the differences).
Otherwise, the ClearML Server/WebApp has no access to your source code as it's stored in a source control repository (git)
If your script is stored in a remote server, how do you execute it? When ClearML is used in a stand-alone Python script, the scripts' content will be stored in the
Uncommitted Changes section of the experiment (so comparison should work)
SuccessfulKoala55 Thanks for the clarification. What if I'm not using a git repo, and the script is only stored on a remote server? Is there a way to upload a "snapshot" of it?