Keras seperate pip package

Hi everyone,

I saw the following tweet last week about splitting Keras into a seperate pip package.
Does this mean that, on my local virtual environment I need to do ‘pip install --upgrade keras’ in order to get the latest tf.keras?
Up until now, keras is updated as part of my:

  • pip install --upgrade tensorflow"
  • pip install --upgrade tf-nighly"


It is still ok to use:

pip install --upgrade tf-nighly


pip install -U tf-nightly will auto update the keras-nightly as the dependency.

When tf 2.6 releases, pip install -U tensorflow will update keras as the dependency.

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Also it is already ok to install pip install tensorflow==2.6.0rc1

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Thanks @Bhack & @Scott_Zhu