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Hi, Is There A Way To Compare The Scripts Of Different Experiment Runs? This Will Make It Easy To Track Changes And Version Control

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Is there a way to compare the scripts of different experiment runs? This will make it easy to track changes and version control

  
  
Posted 3 years ago
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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)

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

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?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

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)

  
  
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