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/* Copyright 2015 The TensorFlow Authors. All Rights Reserved.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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#include <functional>
#include <unordered_map>
#include <vector>
#include "tensorflow/core/framework/op_def_builder.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/framework/op_def_util.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/framework/selective_registration.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/core/errors.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/core/status.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/strings/str_util.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/strings/strcat.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/logging.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/macros.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/mutex.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/thread_annotations.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/types.h"
namespace tensorflow {
// Users that want to look up an OpDef by type name should take an
// OpRegistryInterface. Functions accepting a
// (const) OpRegistryInterface* may call LookUp() from multiple threads.
class OpRegistryInterface {
virtual ~OpRegistryInterface();
// Returns an error status and sets *op_reg_data to nullptr if no OpDef is
// registered under that name, otherwise returns the registered OpDef.
// Caller must not delete the returned pointer.
virtual Status LookUp(const string& op_type_name,
const OpRegistrationData** op_reg_data) const = 0;
// Shorthand for calling LookUp to get the OpDef.
Status LookUpOpDef(const string& op_type_name, const OpDef** op_def) const;
// The standard implementation of OpRegistryInterface, along with a
// global singleton used for registering ops via the REGISTER
// macros below. Thread-safe.
// Example registration:
// OpRegistry::Global()->Register(
// [](OpRegistrationData* op_reg_data)->Status {
// // Populate *op_reg_data here.
// return Status::OK();
// });
class OpRegistry : public OpRegistryInterface {
typedef std::function<Status(OpRegistrationData*)> OpRegistrationDataFactory;
~OpRegistry() override;
void Register(const OpRegistrationDataFactory& op_data_factory);
Status LookUp(const string& op_type_name,
const OpRegistrationData** op_reg_data) const override;
// Fills *ops with all registered OpDefs (except those with names
// starting with '_' if include_internal == false) sorted in
// ascending alphabetical order.
void Export(bool include_internal, OpList* ops) const;
// Returns ASCII-format OpList for all registered OpDefs (except
// those with names starting with '_' if include_internal == false).
string DebugString(bool include_internal) const;
// A singleton available at startup.
static OpRegistry* Global();
// Get all registered ops.
void GetRegisteredOps(std::vector<OpDef>* op_defs);
// Get all `OpRegistrationData`s.
void GetOpRegistrationData(std::vector<OpRegistrationData>* op_data);
// Watcher, a function object.
// The watcher, if set by SetWatcher(), is called every time an op is
// registered via the Register function. The watcher is passed the Status
// obtained from building and adding the OpDef to the registry, and the OpDef
// itself if it was successfully built. A watcher returns a Status which is in
// turn returned as the final registration status.
typedef std::function<Status(const Status&, const OpDef&)> Watcher;
// An OpRegistry object has only one watcher. This interface is not thread
// safe, as different clients are free to set the watcher any time.
// Clients are expected to atomically perform the following sequence of
// operations :
// SetWatcher(a_watcher);
// Register some ops;
// op_registry->ProcessRegistrations();
// SetWatcher(nullptr);
// Returns a non-OK status if a non-null watcher is over-written by another
// non-null watcher.
Status SetWatcher(const Watcher& watcher);
// Process the current list of deferred registrations. Note that calls to
// Export, LookUp and DebugString would also implicitly process the deferred
// registrations. Returns the status of the first failed op registration or
// Status::OK() otherwise.
Status ProcessRegistrations() const;
// Defer the registrations until a later call to a function that processes
// deferred registrations are made. Normally, registrations that happen after
// calls to Export, LookUp, ProcessRegistrations and DebugString are processed
// immediately. Call this to defer future registrations.
void DeferRegistrations();
// Clear the registrations that have been deferred.
void ClearDeferredRegistrations();
// Ensures that all the functions in deferred_ get called, their OpDef's
// registered, and returns with deferred_ empty. Returns true the first
// time it is called. Prints a fatal log if any op registration fails.
bool MustCallDeferred() const EXCLUSIVE_LOCKS_REQUIRED(mu_);
// Calls the functions in deferred_ and registers their OpDef's
// It returns the Status of the first failed op registration or Status::OK()
// otherwise.
Status CallDeferred() const EXCLUSIVE_LOCKS_REQUIRED(mu_);
// Add 'def' to the registry with additional data 'data'. On failure, or if
// there is already an OpDef with that name registered, returns a non-okay
// status.
Status RegisterAlreadyLocked(const OpRegistrationDataFactory& op_data_factory)
Status LookUpSlow(const string& op_type_name,
const OpRegistrationData** op_reg_data) const;
mutable mutex mu_;
// Functions in deferred_ may only be called with mu_ held.
mutable std::vector<OpRegistrationDataFactory> deferred_ GUARDED_BY(mu_);
// Values are owned.
mutable std::unordered_map<string, const OpRegistrationData*> registry_
mutable bool initialized_ GUARDED_BY(mu_);
// Registry watcher.
mutable Watcher watcher_ GUARDED_BY(mu_);
// An adapter to allow an OpList to be used as an OpRegistryInterface.
// Note that shape inference functions are not passed in to OpListOpRegistry, so
// it will return an unusable shape inference function for every op it supports;
// therefore, it should only be used in contexts where this is okay.
class OpListOpRegistry : public OpRegistryInterface {
// Does not take ownership of op_list, *op_list must outlive *this.
explicit OpListOpRegistry(const OpList* op_list);
~OpListOpRegistry() override;
Status LookUp(const string& op_type_name,
const OpRegistrationData** op_reg_data) const override;
// Values are owned.
std::unordered_map<string, const OpRegistrationData*> index_;
// Support for defining the OpDef (specifying the semantics of the Op and how
// it should be created) and registering it in the OpRegistry::Global()
// registry. Usage:
// REGISTER_OP("my_op_name")
// .Attr("<name>:<type>")
// .Attr("<name>:<type>=<default>")
// .Input("<name>:<type-expr>")
// .Input("<name>:Ref(<type-expr>)")
// .Output("<name>:<type-expr>")
// .Doc(R"(
// <1-line summary>
// <rest of the description (potentially many lines)>
// <name-of-attr-input-or-output>: <description of name>
// <name-of-attr-input-or-output>: <description of name;
// if long, indent the description on subsequent lines>
// )");
// Note: .Doc() should be last.
// For details, see the OpDefBuilder class in op_def_builder.h.
namespace register_op {
// OpDefBuilderWrapper is a templated class that is used in the REGISTER_OP
// calls. This allows the result of REGISTER_OP to be used in chaining, as in
// REGISTER_OP(a).Attr("...").Input("...");, while still allowing selective
// registration to turn the entire call-chain into a no-op.
template <bool should_register>
class OpDefBuilderWrapper;
// Template specialization that forwards all calls to the contained builder.
template <>
class OpDefBuilderWrapper<true> {
explicit OpDefBuilderWrapper(const char name[]) : builder_(name) {}
OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& Attr(string spec) {
return *this;
OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& Input(string spec) {
return *this;
OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& Output(string spec) {
return *this;
OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& SetIsCommutative() {
return *this;
OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& SetIsAggregate() {
return *this;
OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& SetIsStateful() {
return *this;
OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& SetAllowsUninitializedInput() {
return *this;
OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& Deprecated(int version, string explanation) {
builder_.Deprecated(version, std::move(explanation));
return *this;
OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& Doc(string text) {
return *this;
OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& SetShapeFn(
Status (*fn)(shape_inference::InferenceContext*)) {
return *this;
const ::tensorflow::OpDefBuilder& builder() const { return builder_; }
mutable ::tensorflow::OpDefBuilder builder_;
// Template specialization that turns all calls into no-ops.
template <>
class OpDefBuilderWrapper<false> {
explicit constexpr OpDefBuilderWrapper(const char name[]) {}
OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>& Attr(StringPiece spec) { return *this; }
OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>& Input(StringPiece spec) { return *this; }
OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>& Output(StringPiece spec) { return *this; }
OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>& SetIsCommutative() { return *this; }
OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>& SetIsAggregate() { return *this; }
OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>& SetIsStateful() { return *this; }
OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>& SetAllowsUninitializedInput() { return *this; }
OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>& Deprecated(int, StringPiece) { return *this; }
OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>& Doc(StringPiece text) { return *this; }
OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>& SetShapeFn(
Status (*fn)(shape_inference::InferenceContext*)) {
return *this;
struct OpDefBuilderReceiver {
// To call OpRegistry::Global()->Register(...), used by the
// REGISTER_OP macro below.
// Note: These are implicitly converting constructors.
const OpDefBuilderWrapper<true>& wrapper); // NOLINT(runtime/explicit)
constexpr OpDefBuilderReceiver(const OpDefBuilderWrapper<false>&) {
} // NOLINT(runtime/explicit)
} // namespace register_op
#define REGISTER_OP_UNIQ_HELPER(ctr, name) REGISTER_OP_UNIQ(ctr, name)
#define REGISTER_OP_UNIQ(ctr, name) \
static ::tensorflow::register_op::OpDefBuilderReceiver register_op##ctr \
::tensorflow::register_op::OpDefBuilderWrapper<SHOULD_REGISTER_OP( \
// The `REGISTER_SYSTEM_OP()` macro acts as `REGISTER_OP()` except
// that the op is registered unconditionally even when selective
// registration is used.
#define REGISTER_SYSTEM_OP(name) \
#define REGISTER_SYSTEM_OP_UNIQ(ctr, name) \
static ::tensorflow::register_op::OpDefBuilderReceiver register_op##ctr \
} // namespace tensorflow
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