I'm using your MedianFilter sample with VS2010 amd trying to create a
c following the user manual.. First, a minor not, theres a typo in the manual where you refer to
clCreateProgramFromBinary. I assume you mean
More importantly, I set in MedianFilter properties-Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications-General options the option to gnerate asm, llvm and ir options.
The "Command Line" shows that the options were set; but no .ir file is emmitted, and in the output window showing the output from Build I get
1>------ Rebuild All started: Project: MedianFilter, Configuration: Debug Win32 ------
1>Build started 9/16/2013 3:35:17 PM.
1> Deleting file "Win32\Debug\MedianFilter.lastbuildstate".
1> Creating "Win32\Debug\MedianFilter.unsuccessfulbuild" because "AlwaysCreate" was specified.
1> Preprocessing: MedianFilter.cl
1>c:\users\sm\desktop\intel-ocl-median-filter\medianfilter\medianfilter.cpp(146): warning C4996: 'fopen': This function or variable may be unsafe. Consider using fopen_s instead. To disable deprecation, use _CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS. See online help for details.
1> c:\program files (x86)\microsoft visual studio 10.0\vc\include\stdio.h(234) : see declaration of 'fopen'
1>c:\users\sm\desktop\intel-ocl-median-filter\medianfilter\medianfilter.cpp(165): warning C4101: 'lSize1' : unreferenced local variable
1> Generating Code...
1> Deleting file "Win32\Debug\MedianFilter.exe.embed.manifest".
1> MedianFilter_SA.vcxproj -> C:\Users\sm\Desktop\intel-ocl-median-filter\MedianFilter\\..\Win32\Debug\MedianFilter.exe
1> 1 file(s) copied.
1> Deleting file "Win32\Debug\MedianFilter.unsuccessfulbuild".
1> Touching "Win32\Debug\MedianFilter.lastbuildstate".
1>Time Elapsed 00:00:02.74
========== Rebuild All: 1 succeeded, 0 failed, 0 skipped ==========
with none of the entries your manual shows to click on to view the asm or llvm outputs.
Furthermore if I create the binary using the Intel Kernel builder, and then trying to use it in clCreateProgramWithBinary as follows,
FILE* fp = fopen("c:\\Users\\sm\\Desktop\\intel-ocl-median-filter\\MedianFilter\\Win32\\Debug\\MedianFilterlib.ir","r");
fseek (fp , 0 , SEEK_END);
constsize_t lSize = ftell(fp);
buffer = (unsignedchar*) malloc (lSize);
fread(buffer, 1, lSize, fp);
g_program =clCreateProgramWithBinary(g_context, 1, (constcl_device_id *)devices,&lSize,(constunsignedchar**)&buffer,&status,&ciErr1);
constchar* error_string2 = OCL_GetErrorString(ciErr1);
ciErr1 = clGetProgramInfo (g_program,CL_PROGRAM_KERNEL_NAMES,100,buffer,NULL);
constchar* error_string1 = OCL_GetErrorString(ciErr1);
then g_program looks legitmate, error string show CL_Success, BUT clGetProgramInfo or any other attempt to use g_program returns an
I'm running on CPU (Sandy Bridge, VS2010 and Windows 7. What am I doing wrong, and why does the output from build not create the .ir file and not match the infro displayed in the manual???
Sorry there is a typo in the firs 2 lines, they should read:
I'm using your MedianFilter sample with VS2010 and trying to create a
clCreateProgramFromBinary following the user manual.. First, a minor note, there is a typo in the manual where you refer to
Thanks for the "rb" tip. It worked.
One additional note on the Plug in. When I right click on the Project, it shows the "convert to Intel sdk etc.",; selecting it then sets up the sdk.
When I right click again to change back to C++, the message remain the same, i.e. it never says conver to C++ as the Docs indicate. The project does however go back to the C++ style. So the only error is that the message is not changed.