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Add support for TensorFlow in official docker #18191

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pvizeli commented Nov 4, 2018

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Follow of #18185

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balloob commented Nov 4, 2018

Looks like we went full circle @hunterjm 😄

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michaelarnauts commented Nov 4, 2018

Uhm, and this increased the docker image size again. Any reason why we don't require this to be run in a different docker image?

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Docker size #103

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