I started to work on a set of notebooks where I practice, and practice, and practice some more.
I would like to version them to know which version of fastai I ran them with. I see we now have tags on github so that is really neat to go back at a later time or whatnot.
I have this at the top of my NB:
Last run on: 2018-02-14 16:32:11.115640 PyTorch version: 0.3.1.post2 fastai version: 0.6
If that wouldn’t be too much of a problem and we could still keep a single source of truth, would it be possible to have version accessible from code when symlinking to the folder as opposed to doing
pip install? I know this info is in setup.py and now that I think of it I can just read it from there mhmm…
As it happens an overwhelming amount of time, just typing out a question lead me to the solution
import re with open('fastai/../setup.py') as f: read_data = f.read() re.search('version = (\d*.\d*)', read_data).groups(0)
… and we get