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Submission hash: 89a58f7c8bf82fe973050d9b1a7af90fabbbd9e2
It’s just a random agent, but getting here already took quite some effort.
Where is the documentation of what to actually write in my class which subclasses DeepracerAgent class? I cannot find any of it on here.

Btw the util/submit.sh is bugged in 2 ways

  • get_submission_remote() doesn’t detect the correct remote url to submit to. It tries to submit to origin even though in my environment aicrowd is already set up. It’s probably because the condition checking for the remote url is not well written.
  • setup_commits() reports β€œThere is another submission with the same description. Please give a different description.” even when I clearly have never used the name before. It is because it doesn’t check what error actually occured. In my case it was fatal: 'submission-WTF-submit.sh-is-bugged?' is not a valid tag name. that was the actual problem.
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