C Framework For OpenCL Now Supports Device Fission & Native Kernels
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 14 January 2015 at 12:14 PM EST. Add A Comment
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The C Framework For OpenCL has reached version 2.0. CF4OCL allows the rapid development of OpenCL host programs in C/C++ while making it easier to provide OpenCL, simplify the analysis of OpenCL environments, etc.

The C Framework For OpenCL 2.0 (CF4OCL 2.0) release adds support for device fission, native kernels, support for sub-devices, new test functionality, improved documentation, and various other additions. More details on the CF4OCL v2.0 update can be found via the GitHub-based change-log.

More information on this C Framework for OpenCL can be found via the project site.
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