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Ah, it is because we do not want to create too much chaos for people to migrate between codebases. Evan and I had played both scenarios and decided that it is cleaner to put the code in separate codebases. A lot of the runtime code are shared, and we are working on the migration tools - such as model converters - that helps migration. If there are bugs in these tools, shoot us an issue on github and we'll fix it.

Makes sense. Will do. Thank you for the quick answer!

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