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It's the end of the road for me for now. tvm does not compile for me complaining mostly about intel's oneapi api changes in its latest version (and intel's oneapi older versions are only available if you pay). On top of that the idiotic decision to use cmake makes it cumbersome to try different CFLAGS/LDFLAGS settings. If you get lucky with tvm please post your settings.


In reply to Re^4: Do you have AI::MXNet running? by bliako
in thread Do you have AI::MXNet running? by The_Dj

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