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Hi. I Have Been Using Clearml For A While, And Wanted To Know How Can I Run My Tasks In A Pipeline, Without It Detecting It Is From A Git Repository, Since The Remote Machine Won'T Have Access To Our Repository. I Have Wrote The Code In A Way That Each Ta

Hi. I have been using clearml for a while, and wanted to know how can i run my tasks in a pipeline, without it detecting it is from a git repository, since the remote machine won't have access to our repository. I have wrote the code in a way that each Task is in a single File, and there's no dependency other than imported libraries (None of the code are calling function from another file within the source code). So yeah, how can i run the tasks without it trying to reach repo?

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Tried to google around, and couldn't manage to do it. I tried passing in False for the detect_repository in Task.init, but the pipeline then complains that it Can not run task without repository or literal script inscript.diff``

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Hi @<1625303791509180416:profile|ExasperatedGoldfish33> , I would suggest trying pipelines from decorators. This way you can have very easy access to the code.

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