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    Phoronix: Vulkan/OpenCL Interop Extension In Development, OpenCL-Next Continues

    Khronos President Neil Trevett just commented on the current state of Vulkan/OpenCL compute and reaffirmed that OpenCL will continue to evolve as well...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...L-Interop-2019

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    Khrono's biggest blunder since OpenGL 3

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      Wait , he also supports OpenGL to continue being used ?!!!! Let me guess ; the decision to keep and increase software bloat ,which increases barrier to entry ( open source gpus have a new chance ) and makes open source software more anoying to work with , Is largely nvidia's

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        If this managment can't be removed , we would be better off , convincing companies such as open ai and Valve to make their own api ( fork Vulkan ? )

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          Also doesn't khrono's supports apple's ( recently now googles too ) attemp at a new web graphics api , despite their reasoning ( such as OpenGL not being able to run on their platforms ) being false ?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by GunpowaderGuy View Post
            Wait , he also supports OpenGL to continue being used ?!!!! Let me guess ; the decision to keep and increase software bloat ,which increases barrier to entry ( open source gpus have a new chance ) and makes open source software more anoying to work with , Is largely nvidia's
            OpenGL isn't mentioned at all except to say drivers will still be around for along time and if vendors feel the need for a feature they can ask, but the writing is clearly on the wall to move forward with Vulkan. Some CAD file or app shouldn't need to be re-written to Vulkan when OpenGL works just fine as is.

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