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Mandar Chandorkar
@mandar2812
if you can dump it as a jpeg i can also have a look
Israel Herraiz
@iht
is there any way to share a file through gitter?
yes :)
download those three files, you can explore the graph with a web browser
Spire is coming from tensorflow, on one side
version 0.14.1
with organization org.typelevel
on the other hand, breeze is importing spire 0.13.0
with organization org.spire-math
Mandar Chandorkar
@mandar2812
ahhh
:fire:
i see
i have been trying to include tensorflow support
:)
so generally sbt just evicts the spire of breeze
and uses the spire loaded by tensorflow
im wondering why that is not happening in your case
Israel Herraiz
@iht
let me try to exclude spire when importing breeze, and see what happens
Mandar Chandorkar
@mandar2812
yes that is a workaround
Israel Herraiz
@iht
Ah, another thing, i changed build.properties to use sbt 0.13.16
that’s why the plugin did not work
Mandar Chandorkar
@mandar2812
ahh
ill also try it then!
Israel Herraiz
@iht
spire is not evicted because it is using different org names
Mandar Chandorkar
@mandar2812
i made a change to Dependencies.scala
"org.scalanlp" % "breeze_2.11" % "0.13.1" % "compile" exclude("org.spire-math", "spire")
and now i am building to see if it works
Israel Herraiz
@iht
yes, i have tried that
it did not work in my case
breeze is also imported by spark
So I removed the import of breeze, and excluding org.spire-math in the spark dependencies
Mandar Chandorkar
@mandar2812
after excluding spire from breeze, the project compiles but running legacy code is having a runtime error
Mandar Chandorkar
@mandar2812
okay I realise that including tensorflow_scala is causing all sorts of problems with respect to spire dependency resolution
i am going to spend some time to find out how we can resolve them
Israel Herraiz
@iht
thank you for that :)
Mandar Chandorkar
@mandar2812
because tensorflow support is going to be an important feature in DynaML
so i dont want to sacrifice it!
:D
Israel Herraiz
@iht
the main problem is because tensorflow is redefining the organization of spire (and others)
and spire is imported without using the organization name
the package names in spire should include the organization
and tensorflow should not rename the organizations
that way, it would be easy to let sbt handle the conflicts
Mandar Chandorkar
@mandar2812
From what I know about the spire project i know there are two orgs which deliver it
and