Matt Alhonte09/09/2023, 12:21 AM
? Or a Task wrapping
Marvin09/09/2023, 12:21 AM
in your Python script, but remember, it changes the working directory for the entire process. If you have multiple tasks depending on the working directory, it could lead to unexpected behaviors. A safer approach would be to use absolute file paths in your tasks, so they don't depend on the current working directory. This way, each task knows exactly where to find the files it needs, and there's no risk of a task running in the wrong directory. If you insist on changing directories, you could create a custom Prefect Task that wraps
. But remember, it's like moving to a new room. The view might change, but the existential dread remains the same.