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dpct generating spurious '>' in converted code

Hi,

This is to report an issue that dpct is generating spurious > symbol when converting nested kernel call.

I converted cuda code /winner_takes_all.cu from repo libSGM. In the converted code, dpct is generating spurious '>' at two places, on line 251 and line 273. Converted file (winner_takes_all.dp.cpp) is attached too for reference.

cuda code:

		winner_takes_all_kernel<MAX_DISPARITY, 8, compute_disparity_subpixel<MAX_DISPARITY>><<<gdim, bdim, 0, stream>>>(
			left_dest, right_dest, src, width, height, pitch, uniqueness);

converted code:

 winner_takes_all_kernel<MAX_DISPARITY, 8,
                                    compute_disparity_subpixel<MAX_DISPARITY>> >
                (left_dest, right_dest, src, width, height, pitch, uniqueness,
                 item_ct1,
                 dpct::accessor<uint16_t, dpct::local, 3>(
                     smem_cost_sum_acc_ct1, smem_cost_sum_range_ct1));

There is a spurious > after compute_disparity_subpixel<MAX_DISPARITY>>

Regards,
Gagan

 

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Hi Gagan,

We tried migrating winner_takes_all.cu and we have also got the same issue but there is a way which will help you to resolve such an issue.

You can provide a space(<MAX_DISPARITY>><<<...>>> to <MAX_DISPARITY> ><<<...>>>) in your original cuda file (winner_takes_all.cu) like given below:

                         winner_takes_all_kernel<MAX_DISPARITY, 8, compute_disparity_subpixel<MAX_DISPARITY> ><<<gdim, bdim, 0, stream>>>(
                            left_dest, right_dest, src, width, height, pitch, uniqueness);

Make above change on both the lines and then migrate the code with DPCT, this will solve your problem of extra ">" in the migrated code.

Do let us know if it is working for you or not.

 

Warm Regards,

Abhishek

 

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Thanks for looking into the issue, Abhishek.

Actually the issue I reported was that dpct is generating an extra '>'.

The code dpct generated is: compute_disparity_subpixel<MAX_DISPARITY>> where the highlighted (in bold) '>' is not required. I resolved the error by removing that extra '>' symbol. It did not need extra space between preceding two '>' symbols.

Original cuda code is: winner_takes_all_kernel<MAX_DISPARITY, 8, compute_disparity_subpixel<MAX_DISPARITY>>, which also contains only two '>' symbols. So the issue is that dpct is generating an extra '>' symbol out of nowhere and is not even needed.

Hope that clarifies the issue I tried to report.

Regards,
Gagan

 

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Hi Gagan,

As you want this feature in the DPCT we are forwarding this feature request to our concerned team.

 

 

Warm Regards,

Abhishek


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