I am the developer of VexCL - an opensource C++ library for OpenCL (https://github.com/ddemidov/vexcl). I'd like to use Intel OpenCL Code Builder as a part of continuous integration process at AppVeyour.com. In order to do this, the Code Builder has to be installed from a build script. It is possible to install just the Code Builder from online installer of Intel® INDE (https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/getting-started-with-opencl-development-on-windows-with-intel-inde). The installer at some point says it is downloading code_builder_x64_setup.msi. Would it be possible to get a direct link for the msi package?
Thanks for your reply. I actually tried that already, unfortunately unsuccessfully. Here is the build log with msi installer output: https://ci.appveyor.com/project/ddemidov/vexcl/build/1.0.15. Do I miss some parameters?
The reboot could be a problem, since each AppVeyor instance is a fresh copied virtual machine image. Anyway, I am trying a couple of things, will report if those turn out to work.
Given that this approach will work, I would have to keep a copy of msi online and publicly available. Would that be acceptable?
I was hoping that I made an error in the download link, but it turns out the msi was downloaded successfully: https://ci.appveyor.com/project/ddemidov/vexcl/build/1.0.16. So I'll have to wait for response from installer support.
This is the message that I got from the installer team:
At this point Code Builder cannot be installed separately but only as-part of INDE.
We’re evaluating the option (with INDE team) to have a separate distribution of OpenCL Code Builder in the next INDE update (U3) timeframe.