Editing code during sweep

I was curious about the expected behavior if code is modified during a sweep. It would seem that since each run is launched from the command line that python would re-compile my code for each of those runs. Therefore, if I changed code during a sweep, the next run that starts will use the new code. Is that correct?

My particular use case is that I would like to launch a large sweep and, while that is running, work on my codebase - potentially in a different git branch than the one I launched the sweep from.

Any clarification on how sweeps (and runs) interact with the codebase during runs would be appreciated.


Hey @shababo-sci ,

You have the correct idea - if you edit the code during a sweep run, the next run will use the new source code.

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