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Argument list for built-in kernel convolve_2d_intel

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There is a built-in kernel called "convolve_2d_intel" on the Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200 GPU in the i7-5775C processor.

What is the argument list for this built-in kernel? Is there any documentation?

Thanks,

Andrew

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Hi Andrew,

convolve_2d_intel functionality is not ready for public consumption and was exposed by accident. The functionality is removed in the latest released drivers. Sorry for the confusion.

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Hi Andrew,

convolve_2d_intel functionality is not ready for public consumption and was exposed by accident. The functionality is removed in the latest released drivers. Sorry for the confusion.

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Hi Robert,

Thanks for the speedy reply.

I am using Linux driver version 16.4.2.1.39163. Is that not the latest?

Andrew

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Hi Andrew,

Yes, on Linux that is the latest driver. I was talking about the Windows branch. It will take some time for Windows changes to propagate to the Linux branch. The next Linux driver release is about November, so I expect this feature will disappear by then.

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Ah, that is also good to know. I was wondering why the Linux driver only supports OpenCL 1.2 while the Windows driver supports OpenCL 2.0. Will the November release bring OpenCL 2.0 to Linux?

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Unfortunately, not. Not sure when Linux will have OpenCL 2.0 support - sort of a bummer, but not anytime soon :(

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