Qwak system uses Poetry version 1.2.2.
poetry.lock files as long as they're under the same scope as the
Given the following model structure:
qwak_based_model/ ├── main/ ├──── pyproject.toml ├──── poetry.lock ├── tests/
poetry.lock will be used by Poetry while executing
poetry install cmd.
Example of quick project starter
[tool.poetry] name = "Qwak-environment" version = "0.1.0" description = "Qwak virtual environment" authors = ["no-reply@localhost>"] [tool.poetry.dependencies] python = "~3.9" qwak-sdk = "^0.9.138" [[tool.poetry.source]] name = "qwak" url = "https://qwak:[email protected]/artifactory/api/pypi/qwak-pypi/simple" default = false secondary = true [build-system] requires = ["poetry-core>=1.0.0"] build-backend = "poetry.core.masonry.api"
As of now, Qwak utilizes Poetry version 1.5.1 to construct the model environment, following the specifications outlined in your
Occasionally, we may want to exclude a file from the Qwak build but keep it in the repository with the model code. In such cases, we should add the
.qwakignore file to the root directory of our project.
In the file, we define the patterns to match files to exclude from the model build.
For example, suppose we have the following file structure:
.qwakignore main/ __init__.py model.py README.md tests/ test_model.py research/ paper_a.pdf paper_b.pdf
if we want to exclude the entire
research directory and the
README.md file from the build, our
.qwakignore file may contain:
By default, Qwak disregards hidden files. Hidden files are files or directories whose names start with a dot (.) in Unix-like operating systems, or they may have the "Hidden" attribute set in Windows. These files are typically used to store configuration data or hold temporary information.
Suppose you have a directory with files and subdirectories, including a hidden file named
.config_file. Qwak, following its default behavior, will exclude this file from processing when triggering a remote build.
If you add the
opencv-python library to your dependencies and import the
cv2 module, you will see the following error
Exception: Error in importing module libGL.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory.
To fix the problem, we need to modify the base Docker image and use
qwakai/qwak:0.0.13-opencv-cpu-py39 as the base image. If you use the GPU instance, you should set
qwakai/opencv-gpu-py39 as the base image.
We can do it in two ways
We can add the
--base-image qwakai/qwak:0.0.13-opencv-cpu-py39 parameter to the
qwak models build, or we can use the yaml configuration file. The usage of yaml configuration is described in details in our Build Configurations page.
build_env: docker: base_image: qwakai/qwak:0.0.13-opencv-cpu-py39
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