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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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// Class and associated machinery for specifying an Op's OpDef and shape
// inference function for Op registration.
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "tensorflow/core/framework/op_def.pb.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/core/status.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/core/stringpiece.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/macros.h"
namespace tensorflow {
class FunctionDefHelper;
namespace shape_inference {
class InferenceContext;
typedef std::function<Status(shape_inference::InferenceContext* c)>
struct OpRegistrationData {
OpRegistrationData() {}
OpRegistrationData(const OpDef& def) : op_def(def) {}
OpRegistrationData(const OpDef& def, const OpShapeInferenceFn& fn,
bool is_function = false)
: op_def(def), shape_inference_fn(fn), is_function_op(is_function) {}
OpDef op_def;
OpShapeInferenceFn shape_inference_fn;
bool is_function_op = false;
// Builder class passed to the REGISTER_OP() macro.
class OpDefBuilder {
// Constructs an OpDef with just the name field set.
explicit OpDefBuilder(string op_name);
// Adds an attr to this OpDefBuilder (and returns *this). The spec has
// format "<name>:<type>" or "<name>:<type>=<default>"
// where <name> matches regexp [a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z0-9_]*
// (by convention only using capital letters for attrs that can be inferred)
// <type> can be:
// "string", "int", "float", "bool", "type", "shape", or "tensor"
// "numbertype", "realnumbertype", "quantizedtype"
// (meaning "type" with a restriction on valid values)
// "{int32,int64}" or {realnumbertype,quantizedtype,string}"
// (meaning "type" with a restriction containing unions of value types)
// "{\"foo\", \"bar\n baz\"}", or "{'foo', 'bar\n baz'}"
// (meaning "string" with a restriction on valid values)
// "list(string)", ..., "list(tensor)", "list(numbertype)", ...
// (meaning lists of the above types)
// "int >= 2" (meaning "int" with a restriction on valid values)
// "list(string) >= 2", "list(int) >= 2"
// (meaning "list(string)" / "list(int)" with length at least 2)
// <default>, if included, should use the Proto text format
// of <type>. For lists use [a, b, c] format.
// Note that any attr specifying the length of an input or output will
// get a default minimum of 1 unless the >= # syntax is used.
// TODO(josh11b): Perhaps support restrictions and defaults as optional
// extra arguments to Attr() instead of encoding them in the spec string.
// TODO(josh11b): Would like to have better dtype handling for tensor attrs:
// * Ability to say the type of an input/output matches the type of
// the tensor.
// * Ability to restrict the type of the tensor like the existing
// restrictions for type attrs.
// Perhaps by linking the type of the tensor to a type attr?
OpDefBuilder& Attr(string spec);
// Adds an input or output to this OpDefBuilder (and returns *this).
// The spec has form "<name>:<type-expr>" or "<name>:Ref(<type-expr>)"
// where <name> matches regexp [a-z][a-z0-9_]* and <type-expr> can be:
// * For a single tensor: <type>
// * For a sequence of tensors with the same type: <number>*<type>
// * For a sequence of tensors with different types: <type-list>
// Where:
// <type> is either one of "float", "int32", "string", ...
// or the name of an attr (see above) with type "type".
// <number> is the name of an attr with type "int".
// <type-list> is the name of an attr with type "list(type)".
// TODO(josh11b): Indicate Ref() via an optional argument instead of
// in the spec?
// TODO(josh11b): SparseInput() and SparseOutput() matching the Python
// handling?
OpDefBuilder& Input(string spec);
OpDefBuilder& Output(string spec);
// Turns on the indicated boolean flag in this OpDefBuilder (and
// returns *this).
OpDefBuilder& SetIsCommutative();
OpDefBuilder& SetIsAggregate();
OpDefBuilder& SetIsStateful();
OpDefBuilder& SetAllowsUninitializedInput();
// Deprecate the op at a certain GraphDef version.
OpDefBuilder& Deprecated(int version, string explanation);
// Adds docs to this OpDefBuilder (and returns *this).
// Docs have the format:
// <1-line summary>
// <rest of the description>
// <name>: <description of name>
// <name>: <description of name>
// <if long, indent the description on subsequent lines>
// Where <name> is the name of an attr, input, or output. Please
// wrap docs at 72 columns so that it may be indented in the
// generated output. For tensor inputs or outputs (not attrs), you
// may start the description with an "=" (like name:= <description>)
// to suppress the automatically-generated type documentation in
// generated output.
OpDefBuilder& Doc(string text);
OpDefBuilder& Doc(string text) { return *this; }
// Sets the shape function to be used for shape inference.
// Note that currently (October 2016), python code still requires a
// RegisterShape call to invoke this; see call_cpp_shape_fn in
// python/framework/
OpDefBuilder& SetShapeFn(OpShapeInferenceFn fn);
// Sets op_reg_data->op_def to the requested OpDef and
// op_reg_data->shape_inference_fn to the requested shape inference function,
// or returns an error.
// Must be called after all of the above methods.
// Note that OpDefBuilder only reports parsing errors. You should also
// call ValidateOpDef() to detect other problems.
Status Finalize(OpRegistrationData* op_reg_data) const;
friend class FunctionDefHelper;
// Adds control output to this OpDefBuilder (and returns *this).
// The <name> must be a valid node name (matches regexp
// [a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z0-9_]*). Named control output can only exist for functions.
OpDefBuilder& ControlOutput(string name);
OpDef* op_def() { return &op_reg_data_.op_def; }
OpRegistrationData op_reg_data_;
std::vector<string> attrs_;
std::vector<string> inputs_;
std::vector<string> outputs_;
std::vector<string> control_outputs_;
string doc_;
std::vector<string> errors_;
} // namespace tensorflow
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