Package Details: nemesyst-git 2.0.2.r27.dc930b9-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/nemesyst-git.git (read-only)
Package Base: nemesyst-git
Description: Practical, distributed, hybrid-parallelism, deep learning framework.
Upstream URL: https://github.com/DreamingRaven/nemesyst
Keywords: deep-learning framework machine-learning neural-network
Licenses: MIT
Groups: nemesyst-base
Submitter: GeorgeRaven
Maintainer: GeorgeRaven
Last Packager: GeorgeRaven
Votes: 1
Popularity: 0.000627
First Submitted: 2018-09-20 14:43
Last Updated: 2019-08-27 12:43

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GeorgeRaven commented on 2018-09-24 14:47

Important Installation Note:

This package does not install a Keras back-end for you which is a requirement for Nemesyst to function at all. And does not include any back ends in optional dependencies. This is a decision made on two grounds:

  • Keras can use a choice selection of back-ends and we do not want to force usage of one or another by putting one in the dependency array, e.g python-tensorflow-cuda vs python-tensorflow, a user may require one over another lets say on gpu-less server systems.

  • While we could put these in optdepends we feel this is inappropriate, illustrated by the wording of the pkgbuild wiki: "[optdepends] An array of packages that are not needed for the software to function, but provide additional features." Since you most certainly do require a back-end of your choice we have opted not to include them in opt-depends either.

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GeorgeRaven commented on 2018-09-24 14:47

Important Installation Note:

This package does not install a Keras back-end for you which is a requirement for Nemesyst to function at all. And does not include any back ends in optional dependencies. This is a decision made on two grounds:

  • Keras can use a choice selection of back-ends and we do not want to force usage of one or another by putting one in the dependency array, e.g python-tensorflow-cuda vs python-tensorflow, a user may require one over another lets say on gpu-less server systems.

  • While we could put these in optdepends we feel this is inappropriate, illustrated by the wording of the pkgbuild wiki: "[optdepends] An array of packages that are not needed for the software to function, but provide additional features." Since you most certainly do require a back-end of your choice we have opted not to include them in opt-depends either.