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Python is a dynamically-typed garbage-collected programming language developed by Guido van Rossum in the late 80s to replace ABC. Much like the programming language Ruby, Python was designed to be easily read by programmers. Because of its large following and many libraries, Python can be implemented and used to do anything from webpages to scientific research.

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ThiefMaster commented Nov 10, 2021

While it makes no sense to use it outside a context, the error message could be nicer when you do so anyway (e.g. because you accidentally call a function using it from a celery task or some other place without a request context), like e.g. in copy_current_request_context [in the same file](ht

NielsRogge commented Nov 15, 2021

🚀 Feature request

Currently, the EncoderDecoderModel class in PyTorch automatically creates the decoder_input_ids based on the labels provided by the user (similar to how this is done for T5/BART). This should also be implemented for TFEncoderDecoderModel, because currently users should manually provide decoder_input_ids to the model.

One can take a look at the TF implementation

adrinjalali commented Nov 8, 2021

These examples take quite a long time to run, and they make our documentation CI fail quite frequently due to timeout. It'd be nice to speed the up a little bit.

To contributors: if you want to work on an example, first have a look at the example, and if you think you're comfortable working on it and have found a potential way to speed-up execution time while preserving the educational message

tiangolo commented Jun 12, 2020

First check

  • I added a very descriptive title to this issue.
  • I used the GitHub search to find a similar issue and didn't find it.
  • I searched the FastAPI documentation, with the integrated search.
  • I already searched in Google "How to X in FastAPI" and didn't find any information.
  • I already read and followed all the tutorial in the docs and didn't find an answ

Created by Guido van Rossum

Released February 20, 1991


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