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  1. Hello, It's nice to see there is work going on...

    Hello,

    It's nice to see there is work going on for an open source OpenCL implementation. Here is my point of view.

    POCL is, for what I've seen in its source code, a C library that allows...
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    Hello, I'm the developer of Clover and this...

    Hello,

    I'm the developer of Clover and this new project seems interesting. I had a quick look at the source code and it is very different of mine, but very interesting.

    I especially appreciate...
  3. Hello, I haven't tried any OpenCL application...

    Hello,

    I haven't tried any OpenCL application besides my unit tests are there are currently nearly no built-in functions implemented. I will take a look at GEGL that uses OpenCL in a way that may...
  4. Hello, I've uploaded a new version of the...

    Hello,

    I've uploaded a new version of the documentation online at http://people.freedesktop.org/~steckdenis/clover/index.html . The front page now says that OpenCL 1.1 is implemented, many new...
  5. Hello, Just to say that the documentation I'm...

    Hello,

    Just to say that the documentation I'm writing is available on http://people.freedesktop.org/~steckdenis/clover/index.html . Sorry for the bad English (it is already a bit special in short...
  6. Hello, Here are more details about the status...

    Hello,

    Here are more details about the status of Clover:


    The API is complete, that means that any application can now use Clover and will not fail due to missing or unimplemented symbols.
    ...
  7. Hello, Thanks for watching the git logs :) ....

    Hello,

    Thanks for watching the git logs :) . The latest commit adds test cases for the last functions not already covered. It also fixes some small bugs in CommandQueue to make it working the...
  8. It's OpenCL 1.1. I already read that an OpenCL...

    It's OpenCL 1.1. I already read that an OpenCL 2.0 version is planned, but it's not on the Khronos website, so I cannot see what it is about.
  9. It's difficult to respond before things happen,...

    It's difficult to respond before things happen, but another big milestone will be when Clover will be able to compile an OpenCL kernel into LLVM bitcode (a program). Then, extracting a kernel,...
  10. Hello, Yes, it's quite a milestone, but it...

    Hello,

    Yes, it's quite a milestone, but it doesn't mean that applications will work. The API for native kernels is way simpler than the one for normal kernels (that can also be executed on the...
  11. Hello, I tested the bechmark given above,...

    Hello,

    I tested the bechmark given above, testing the STL (http://pastebin.com/YhXxb3km), and I found how to make EKOPath faster than Clang and GCC :

    1: g++ -O3 -fwhopr -o test test.cpp
    2:...
  12. I agree. I will in some days try to begin a...

    I agree. I will in some days try to begin a "proof-of-concept" (but I hope it will be useful for the final state tracker, if any). I want to experiment with the context creation and the...
  13. Hello, Thanks to everyone for the...

    Hello,

    Thanks to everyone for the encouragement. I will now give you some more information about my project.

    At first, it's a project. I really hope to have something interresting done during...
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