Swift for TensorFlow Models
This repository contains TensorFlow models written in Swift.
tensorflow-xx branch that corresponds to the release you are using from Swift for TensorFlow releases. For example, for the 0.6 release, use the
Actual development occurs on the
master branch. As new packages are released,
master is pushed to
For general information about Swift for TensorFlow development, please visit tensorflow/swift.
macOS and Linux
Use Swift Package Manager to develop Swift for TensorFlow models.
Use CMake to develop Swift for TensorFlow models.
Experimental CMake Support
There is experimental support for building with CMake. This is required to build the models on Windows, and can also be used to cross-compile the models and the demo programs.
NOTE: tests are currently not supported with the CMake based build.
It is highly recommended that you use CMake 3.16 or newer to ensure that
-B and parallel builds function properly in the example commands below. To install this version on Ubuntu, we recommend following the instructions at Kitware's apt repo.
# Configure cmake \ -B /BinaryCache/tensorflow-swift-models \ -D BUILD_TESTING=YES \ -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release \ -D CMAKE_Swift_COMPILER=$(TOOLCHAINS=tensorflow xcrun -f swiftc) \ -G Ninja \ -S /SourceCache/tensorflow-swift-models # Build cmake --build /BinaryCache/tensorflow-swift-models # Test cmake --build /BinaryCache/tensorflow-swift-models --target test
# Configure cmake \ -B /BinaryCache/tensorflow-swift-models \ -D BUILD_TESTING=NO \ -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release \ -D CMAKE_Swift_COMPILER=$(which swiftc) \ -G Ninja \ -S /SourceCache/tensorflow-swift-models # Build cmake --build /BinaryCache/tensorflow-swift-models
set SDKROOT=%SystemDrive%/Library/Developer/Platforms/Windows.platform/Developer/SDKs/Windows.sdk set DEVELOPER_LIBRARY_DIR=%SystemDrive%/Library/Developer/Platforms/Windows.platform/Developer/Library : Configure "%ProgramFiles%\CMake\bin\cmake.exe" ^ -B %SystemDrive%/BinaryCache/tensorflow-swift-models ^ -D BUILD_SHARED_LIBS=YES ^ -D BUILD_TESTING=YES ^ -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ^ -D CMAKE_Swift_COMPILER=%SystemDrive%/Library/Developer/Toolchains/unknown-Asserts-development.xctoolchain/usr/bin/swiftc.exe ^ -D CMAKE_Swift_FLAGS="-sdk %SDKROOT% -I %SDKROOT%/usr/lib/swift -L %SDKROOT%/usr/lib/swift/windows -I %DEVELOPER_LIBRARY_DIR%/XCTest-development/usr/lib/swift/windows/x86_64 -L %DEVELOPER_LIBRARY_DIR%/XCTest-development/usr/lib/swift/windows " ^ -G Ninja ^ -S %SystemDrive%/SourceCache/tensorflow-swift-models : Build "%ProgramFiles%\CMake\bin\cmake.exe" --build %SystemDrive%/BinaryCache/tensorflow-swift-apis : Test "%ProgramFiles%\CMake\bin\cmake.exe" --build %SystemDrive%/BinaryCache/tensorflow-swift-apis --target test
Please report model-related bugs and feature requests using GitHub issues in this repository.
Discussion about Swift for TensorFlow happens on the email@example.com mailing list.
We welcome contributions: please read the Contributor Guide to get started. It's always a good idea to discuss your plans on the mailing list before making any major submissions.
Code of Conduct
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