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  1. I'll use the CPU info you provided and see if we...

    I'll use the CPU info you provided and see if we can get both sets of bugs fixed in the driver. Give us a couple days and hopefully I remember to reply to this thread once it's fixed. ...
  2. The correct way to -march=auto or -march=native...

    The correct way to -march=auto or -march=native is to not set this at all. EKOPath/ENZO unlike other compilers automatically pick the best CPU profile for the current host system. If you need to...
  3. s/EKOPath/ENZO/g --------- I'm biased, but I'd...

    s/EKOPath/ENZO/g
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    I'm biased, but I'd certainly recommend you test EKOPath and Intel compilers if you don't have a GPU. If you can get access to a system with a GPU (Tesla 2050, 2070 or...
  4. Thanks for posting this!...

    Thanks for posting this!
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    It seems clear we have some action items to work on, but I'm not sure if we honestly have the time to fix everything before EKOPath 5 Final. ...
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    With the exception of OpenCL I think you're going...

    With the exception of OpenCL I think you're going to be happy. Do you care at all about pragma based - OpenMP or HMPP? What about AMP?
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    For colors - what if you had the ability to set them...
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    I'm not sure how familiar you are with QtC...

    I'm not sure how familiar you are with QtC design, but almost everything is pushed to a plugin. You're right that any core QtC changes should go upstream, but they made this pretty commercial...
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    We have a non-public[1] roadmap we're working on,...

    We have a non-public[1] roadmap we're working on, but I'm happy to discuss your needs. Feel free to contact me direct or just share your wishlist here.

    [1] The more people we hire the more...
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    QtC is LGPL and has different obligations than...

    QtC is LGPL and has different obligations than the GPL
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    Umm.. What exactly did PathScale promise to open...

    Umm.. What exactly did PathScale promise to open source and didn't? [libcxxrt - opened and used by BSD and in production - Other things as well, but not GPGPU related]

    While our FreeBSD (*BSD)...
  10. To help clarify the license question 1) GCC...

    To help clarify the license question

    1) GCC injects small pieces of code in your application which are GPLv3 licensed (Our crt* code, which is *very* small, isn't GPL)

    2) GCC runtimes are GPLv3...
  11. 1) If you're concerned about building...

    <bored>
    1) If you're concerned about building proprietary software with a recently open sourced compiler - might want to look elsewhere for help. IANAL and IANYL
    2) If you're brittle - might want...
  12. There's been some progress on the ebuild afaik. ...

    There's been some progress on the ebuild afaik. (ping us on irc for real update)

    Also if you happen to make it around - ping me about a project we're thinking about doing.. I won't give more...
  13. Open64 wouldn't exist today if it wasn't for...

    Open64 wouldn't exist today if it wasn't for PathScale and I really hope the 2 corporations keeping it alive start contributing back/working with us.

    It's taken us a huge amount of work to get...
  14. If you think of a compiler as a front-end and a...

    If you think of a compiler as a front-end and a backend then most of the source level compatibility happens at the front-end. In the case of GCC it has also adds a bunch of extensions for developers...
  15. Coincidently - Bryce who afaik did most of the...

    Coincidently - Bryce who afaik did most of the work for getting LLVM to build/boot the linux kernel also helped us. We had pretty good progress before (thank Gautam), but he did the last mile. ...
  16. Check the path64-dev mailing list. I think the...

    Check the path64-dev mailing list. I think the patch was like 1-5 lines with .org blah blah in the subject. Honestly don't spend time on this unless

    1) You're ready to dig into the boot issues...
  17. MIPS 5kf which is used for the SiCortex machines...

    MIPS 5kf which is used for the SiCortex machines still in production works now. We had ARM code in path64 until recently and ripped it out. We're looking at how we can do this in a much better way...
  18. Correct answer : A ***yawns***

    Correct answer : A

    ***yawns***
  19. For now github.com/path64/compiler In the...

    For now
    github.com/path64/compiler

    In the future we'll move our jira instance to being available for others to file public issues.

    Please make sure that a reduced test case is supplied
  20. Please file a reduced test case bug report to get...

    Please file a reduced test case bug report to get this fixed. With regards to accepting native.. Send a patch as it should be trivial. See the code on github.com/path64/compmiler:src/driver
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