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Tue, 8 May 2018 17:52:10 +0000
Ricardo Wurmus writes:
> This patch series adds a package for TensorFlow (without GPU support).
> I don’t know how useful this is because it just provides a single 180+MB
> statically linked archive (and header files). It is only the “core”
> part of TensorFlow.
> The problem here is that the build system is Bazel, which cannot easily
> be built from source. Bazel bundles 60+ third-party Java packages, some
> of which are very complex and are very difficult to package. TensorFlow
> comes with an unsupported Makefile that builds a single statically
> linked library of only the core parts. That’s what this package
> Note that TensorFlow 1.8 has been released a few days ago. This package
> only adds version 1.7.
That's still amazing.
I thought about packaging bazel and looked into the nix package. The
package definition from nix isn't very long, but requires patches. I
dropped the matter since I'm not familiar with java.
[bug#31386] [PATCH 1/3] gnu: eigen: Include unsupported features., Ludovic Courtès, 2018/05/09
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[bug#31386] TensorFlow, Ludovic Courtès, 2018/05/09
- [bug#31386] [PATCH 1/3] gnu: eigen: Include unsupported features., (continued)