I am interested in getting TensorFlow to run on Windows, however at present I realize that this is not possible due to some of the dependencies not being usable with Windows, e.g. Bazel.
The need arises because as I currently understand it the only way to access the GPU from TensorFlow is via a non-virtual install of Linux. I do realize I can dual boot into a Linux install, but would prefer to avoid that route.
To resolve the problem I am in need of the entire dependency chain to build TensorFlow as was wondering if this already existed.
I also realize that I can capture the build output when building from source as a solid start, but would like to avoid that work if it is already known.
There is a beta of Bazel that runs on Windows – https://github.com/dslomov/bazel-windows
See related GitHub Issue to run TensorFlow on Windows. – https://github.com/tensorflow/tensorflow/issues/17
Another reason to run on Windows is the possibility to port to Xbox One.
I found a possible answer, still need to check it. This will generate a dependency graph as a dot file.
$ bazel query 'deps(//tensorflow/tools/pip_package:build_pip_package)' --output graph > tensorflow.dependency.dot