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Hi! I'M Running Clearml-Agent In Docker Mode. I Want To Install My Package From Pyproject.Toml From My Project Before The Experiment Running. I'Ve Tried To Set

Hi! I'm running clearml-agent in docker mode. I want to install my package from pyproject.toml from my project before the experiment running. I've tried to set clearml-task ... --docker_bash_setup_script "pip install ." but it runs the command in the root path "/", but the repo is located in /root/.clearml/venvs-builds/3.10/task_repository/
How can I change the current directory to run "pip install ." in the proper directory?

Posted 11 months ago
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I've tried to run something like clearml-task ... --docker_bash_setup_script "cd $(echo /root/.clearml/venvs-builds/${PYTHON_VERSION%.*}/task_repository/...) && pip install ." but it not working because the repo is fetching after docker_bash_setup_script, so I need to run this command later

Posted 11 months ago

What we are doing is putting a requirements.txt with the content -e . in the top level of our repos and set the clearml config parameter agent/package_manager/force_repo_requirements_txt to true .

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