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san__frank
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According to Intel, oneAPI is open source. Are all the available DPC++ lauguage, libraries and tools open source, and available in source file format? If yes, where are the source stored?

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Gergana_S_Intel
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Frank, Abhishek provided you links to the compiler sources but I wanted to give you some additional info.

You're correct that we've committed to providing oneAPI as an open, standards-based model.  The oneAPI open specification is available for review here: https://www.oneapi.com/spec/.  It consists of 9 elements: the DPC++ language & library, as well as 7 others that cover various aspects of oneAPI as a model: e.g. math, video, and deep learning APIs, or a hardware-level interface (called Level Zero).  Each element also has links to available open source implementations (example: DPC++ sycl-based compiler that Abhishek gave you, but also the data analytics implementation, etc.)  We're also working on adding an "Implementations" section to the page - hopefully in the next couple of weeks.

The language and associated compiler are certainly important but I wanted to make sure everyone is aware that the goal of the broader oneAPI effort is to deliver a language + all associated library & hw interfaces you might need to develop for accelerators.

~Gergana

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AbhishekD_Intel
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Hi Frank,

Yes, they are available in source file format. The link to the binary files is https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/oneapi-repo-instructions

For more details, you can also refer to this thread which will give you all the information related to your post.

-Abhishek

san__frank
Beginner
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Thanks for your reply. The link you provided is for downloading the binary files, not source files. Does this mean oneAPI doesn't open source the source files for DPC++ compiler and API libraries/tools etc.?

AbhishekD_Intel
Moderator
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Hi Frank,

Please, go through this link https://github.com/intel/llvm. It is the source code of the Intel compiler for the SYCL implementation.

You can also go to this link https://github.com/topics/oneapi for more details.

-Abhishek

Gergana_S_Intel
Employee
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Frank, Abhishek provided you links to the compiler sources but I wanted to give you some additional info.

You're correct that we've committed to providing oneAPI as an open, standards-based model.  The oneAPI open specification is available for review here: https://www.oneapi.com/spec/.  It consists of 9 elements: the DPC++ language & library, as well as 7 others that cover various aspects of oneAPI as a model: e.g. math, video, and deep learning APIs, or a hardware-level interface (called Level Zero).  Each element also has links to available open source implementations (example: DPC++ sycl-based compiler that Abhishek gave you, but also the data analytics implementation, etc.)  We're also working on adding an "Implementations" section to the page - hopefully in the next couple of weeks.

The language and associated compiler are certainly important but I wanted to make sure everyone is aware that the goal of the broader oneAPI effort is to deliver a language + all associated library & hw interfaces you might need to develop for accelerators.

~Gergana

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AbhishekD_Intel
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Hi Frank,

Has the given solution worked for you?

Do let us know.

Reach out to us if you need any further help.

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