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  • HSA Accelerator Support Should Be Usable For GCC 6

    Phoronix: HSA Accelerator Support Should Be Usable For GCC 6

    One of the big focuses as of late for GCC compiler development is device offloading support (e.g. GPGPU, MICs, etc) and as part of that support for the Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA)...

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    I would really like to see the performance gains and efficiency of it when it happens.

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    • #3
      Me too... Indeed this a matter of great significance for the future computing technology.

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      • #4
        Is similar work being done (or indeed already available) in Clang? It seems to me that that's where there'd be the most gains to be had in the spirit of 'do development builds in Clang cos it's faster, do the production build in GCC because it outputs better binaries'.

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