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Initial support for building TensorFlow on Windows (#17). #4778

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This PR contains an initial version of support for building TensorFlow
(CPU only) on Windows using CMake. It includes documentation for building
with CMake on Windows, platform-specific code for implementing core functions
on Windows, and CMake rules for building the C++ example trainer
program and a PIP package (Python 3.5 only). The CMake rules support building
TensorFlow with Visual Studio 2015.

Windows support is a work in progress, and we feedback and contributions from
the community.

For full details of the features currently supported and instructions for
how to build TensorFlow on Windows, please see the file
tensorflow/contrib/cmake/README.md.

Initial support for building TensorFlow on Windows (#17).
This PR contains an initial version of support for building TensorFlow
(CPU only) on Windows using CMake. It includes documentation for building
with CMake on Windows, platform-specific code for implementing core functions
on Windows, and CMake rules for building the C++ example trainer
program and a PIP package (Python 3.5 only). The CMake rules support building
TensorFlow with Visual Studio 2015.

Windows support is a work in progress, and we welcome your feedback and
contributions.

For full details of the features currently supported and instructions for
how to build TensorFlow on Windows, please see the file
`tensorflow/contrib/cmake/README.md`.
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@mrry, thanks for your PR! By analyzing the history of the files in this pull request, we identified @ebrevdo, @vrv and @aselle to be potential reviewers.

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@mrry, thanks for your PR! By analyzing the history of the files in this pull request, we identified @ebrevdo, @vrv and @aselle to be potential reviewers.

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Looks like our other platforms and build systems pull in more core/platform subdirectories than they should. I'll work on a fix.

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mrry commented Oct 5, 2016

Looks like our other platforms and build systems pull in more core/platform subdirectories than they should. I'll work on a fix.

@martinwicke martinwicke merged commit d0d975f into tensorflow:master Oct 5, 2016

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PkuRainBow Oct 6, 2016

when can tf support windows with GPU ?

PkuRainBow commented Oct 6, 2016

when can tf support windows with GPU ?

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