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Installation process updated

I fixed the installation process documentation (wiki, blog, readme, etc.)

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Luxmark test

Good news! After some ocland’s bugs fixing, I tested it with the Luxmark benchmark. The reference test case has been the luxball, runing it in the local computer without ocland: The reference test case is the Luxball, runing without ocland, … Continue reading

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NVidia driver bug??

I could not test it in other platforms yet, so I can’t be sure that is a NVidia driver bug, but it seems that… Using the method clCreateImage2D inside a thread (I used pthreads, of course) the object generated is … Continue reading

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Creating the ocland web page

Thanks to SourceForge i created a web page for the project: http://ocland.sourceforge.net And thanks to WordPress, phpBB, Mantis Bug Tracker and MediaWiki I have a lot of really useful tools to start working. Why am I working on the web? … Continue reading

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Asynchronous buffer reading

OpenCL allows 2 ways in order to read buffer data, blocking or not blocking. The first way is essentially similar to the method used internally in ocland to exchange data, but the second one, that i called asynchronous buffer reading, … Continue reading

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Multi-threads server side

There are a little bit complex point on the server side when OpenCL kernel’s arguments are passed, because if the server have platforms that uses OpenCL < 1.2 the type of the argument that client is passing can’t be tested, … Continue reading

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ocland is coming…

Topics to the official first release launch: OpenCL specification Platform APIs: Done! Device APIs: Done! Context APIs: Done! Command Queue APIs: Done! Memory Object APIs: Done! Sampler Object APIs: Done! Program Object APIs: Done! Kernel Object APIs: Done! Event Object … Continue reading

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