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  • #16
    http://www.pathscale.com/ ????
    The recently opened a library under BSD license..... perhaps more to come

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    • #17
      @Michael:
      While you're dressing up mesa, please put Wine in a Dirndl, too, and walk them through PTS together. I sense that some sexy bar(graph)s could arise from these tinkerings.

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      • #18
        XorEaxEax wrote
        As for what this release pertains, speedups like 2x, 2.5x etc indicates to me that this is a combined cpu+gpu (gpgpu) compiler
        I tend to agree. The compiler big boys might skip a percent for maintainability, but will hardly leave factors of two or three hanging loose. And while there can always be delays when converting from proprietary to open-source licenses, what over-hyped developer-oriented event in Bellevue next week could possibly give a marketing type pause to consider the timing of this sort of developer-oriented release?

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        • #19
          I think, after some research on Internet, that the company in question could be pathscale, which developps compilers. They announced one year ago that they were developping a new gggpu compiler, conccurrent of cuda and opencl, that they intend to make open source . See these links :

          http://www.bit-tech.net/news/bits/20...-cuda-killer/1

          http://www.pathscale.com/enzo

          Alain

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