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and things like y = layers.ELU()(y) work as expected. I wanted to see a list of the available layers so I went to the Tensorflow GitHub repository and to the keras directory. There's a warning in that directory that says:
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I'm guessing the "real" keras code is coming from the keras repository. Is that a correct assumption? How does that version of Keras get there? If I wanted to write my own activation layer next to ELU, where exactly would I do that?
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