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    Phoronix: Intel's Initial Open-Source, LLVM-Based SYCL Compiler Is Now Available

    As a follow-up to the story from earlier this month about Intel wanting to add SYCL programming support to LLVM/Clang, the company's initial open-source compiler is now public...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-SYCL-Compiler

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    Although it is highly unprobable, it would be nice to lower the requirements on the execution side. Nobody (aside Intel) has OpenCL 2.1 runtime, mostly due to the lack of a SPIR-V compiler, but everybody has things missing on that end. (The requirements are a SPIR-V compiler and out-of-order queue support.) ROCm only has 2.0 on the device side, but host is still 1.2+, Nvidia is in the same shoe. It's not likely things will change until OpenCL-Next and SYCL-Next. This work is likely to target those APIs once it gets mainlined.

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