SyntaxError: invalid syntax in transforms.py


#1

Hello @prakash,

I’m sorry but I have a bug using the Fastai lesson 1 within Clouderizer + Colab.

Do you know what it is ? (and can you help me ? :wink:

PS : I tried update Fastai library by using conda but conda is not a bash command ???


#2

Yup , same problem … untill yesterday it was running okay for me …Please clouderizer team look into the matter.
Thanks


#3

Not sure. Might be some changes in fast.ai project itself. I am looking into it now…will keep you posted.
Meanwhile keep a watch on fast.ai forum as well. Others might also be seeing this.


#4

@pierre I ran the project on a clean colab machine just now, and it works without any issue.

From your screenshot, code actually looks incorrect. This is what i have in my transforms.py in /usr/local/lib/python3.6/dist-packages/fastai/

You can either try running your project again from a fresh colab instance or try installing fast.ai packages again using this command from Clouderizer Terminal
pip install https://github.com/fastai/fastai/archive/master.zip

Let me know if this helps.


#5

Hello @prakash,

I created a new project Fastai (clone from Community projects) and it works :slight_smile: On the other hand, I can not run my previous Fastai projet :frowning: and then, I can not test pip install https://github.com/fastai/fastai/archive/master.zip
I will try again tomorrow.

Many thanks !


#6

I guess Robbie plan allows just one running project. You can stop the new project, and then start the old project.


#7

I guess you’re right @prakash. It works now :slight_smile: Thanks.

Question : what is the drive size for each Clouderizer project ?


#8

We released today integration with Google Drive. Now there is no limit of data stored per project. You can store as much data as your Google Drive account can support.


#9

Great. Can you give me a link to a post blog to share this (and with with more information) ?


#10

Hi @prakash, I did receive the link to your post about using Google Drive instead of Clouderizer Drive.

Thanks… but no. I do not want to give Clouderizer the right to read all my files in my Google Drive :wink:


#11

Unfortunately, Clouderizer needs this for 2-way sync of project data. This allows us to sync down data to machines, manually uploaded by you in project folders.

I understand the permissions are very liberal and are concern for privacy. But you can always create a separate, dedicated Google account for this.