tensorflow_cc - Build and install TensorFlow C++ API library.

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This repository makes possible the usage of the TensorFlow C++ API from the outside of the TensorFlow source code folders and without the use of the Bazel build system. This repository contains two CMake projects. The tensorflow_cc project downloads, builds and installs the TensorFlow C++ API into the operating system and the example project demonstrates its simple usage.

https://github.com/FloopCZ/tensorflow_cc

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