I have a practical question when developing new nodes in Python. Is there any way to do quick test from changes done in the code? I find quite tedious to do the change and recompile, uninstall the node, re-install it with the new changes (with the corresponding re-starts of Knime and do the test. Missing something here? Found this page but not clear to me:
Any help is appreciated.
yes, you are making your life very hard
Most of these steps are completely unnecessary. Please have a look at our
Registering Python extensions during development section of our Python extension guide:
Thanks for refreshing my mind. You are completely right. Summer break delete that option from my mind. The question that I had then and now with this option is if I can edit two nodes in parallel. I remember doing test with two in parallel and didn’t work. I had to compile one and test the other in the way you suggest.
Hi Fernando @fmgarcia85,
you can add the extension ids of different repos in the config.yml (see step 5 of the tutorial) like this:
If the nodes are in the same repository then everything should work as described in my first answer. Does that help you already?
Hi @steffen_KNIME ,
Thanks you so much. That works perfectly and of course accelerate the testing. You saved me several hours.
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