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    Phoronix: Intel Issues Big Updates To Their Compute-Runtime & IGC Compiler

    Intel's open-source Compute-Runtime stack for OpenCL and oneAPI Level Zero support along with the Intel Graphics Compiler (IGC) had been on a rhythm of typically seeing new tagged releases every week or two... Quite nice and living up to the open-source development philosophy of "release early, release often." That persisted for a long time until Q4'22 when the releases became less frequent. In early December though the release train stopped and not until this morning has there been a new release of the Compute-Runtime and IGC...

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    Yes this is a great time for a compute-workload benchmark between intel arc,amd,nvidia!

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      Thank you for your patience. This is the first release using the new cadence described in our README. The release took longer than expected due to process pipe-cleaning and the significant changes in the runtime-compiler interface described in the Release Notes.

      The community can expect subsequent releases soon as we catch up and then monthly releases on a predictable schedule.

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