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Hey Guys, Is There A Way To Dynamically Know The Path Of A Cloned Github Project (And Task) Inside A Docker Mode Worker? I Want To Set The Pythonpath Inside My Docker Worker, So I Can Access Local Modules, And My Only Problem Is That The Path Depends On T

hey guys, is there a way to dynamically know the path of a cloned github project (and task) inside a docker mode worker?
I want to set the PYTHONPATH inside my docker worker, so I can access local modules,
and my only problem is that the path depends on the worker
for example, i see that the current path is:
File "/root/.clearml/venvs-builds/3.10/task_repository/assaf.git"

is there a way for me to know that dyanamicly?

Posted one year ago
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ok, it is solved with the force_git_root_python_path: true in clearml.conf

Posted one year ago

Just chiming in - @<1541954607595393024:profile|BattyCrocodile47> ’s comment is a very good practice, and works well 🙂

Posted one year ago

I don't know about this, but could you turn your whole project into a pip-installable package using a setup.py and/or pyproject.toml ?

I've never tried this, but maybe then you could do pip install -e . locally before executing the task. Then execute. And then maybe the pip freeze that ClearML does would contain the symlink to your directory.

(so that from my_package import ... statements would work)

Posted one year ago

That's fabulous. This is definitely how my team prefers to structure projects. I hadn't gotten around to trying that out in our POC of ClearML yet, but I'm certain this is how our group will solve this problem

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