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#ask-the-community
    Tao He

    Tao He

    3 months ago
    I'm trying to modify some code snippets of flytekit and test a workflow against the customized version, how could I test the remote execution without building a new docker image?
    Samhita Alla

    Samhita Alla

    3 months ago
    You could use fast registration. Have you tried running the
    pyflyte run …
    command after you modified your code?
    Tao He

    Tao He

    3 months ago
    Yes, I have tried locally run with the command above.
    Samhita Alla

    Samhita Alla

    3 months ago
    For just code changes, you need not build a Docker image, and if flytekit along with a few other Python packages like numpy and pandas are the only dependencies you need, then you need not specify any image to the pyflyte run command. But if you need additional dependencies, you’ll have to build one. In a nutshell, use the default image or build the image once, and use the same image to register your modified code again. We also have a guide you can refer to, to build large apps: https://docs.flyte.org/projects/cookbook/en/latest/auto/larger_apps/index.html. The fast registration-related instructions are present here.