Re: [Gegl-developer] porting a GEGL filter to OpenCL

Currently I am working on MacbookPro Retina installed with OS X 10.10.
I have a VMware virtual machine on my USB 3 hard drive, which I can
run using VMware Fusion 7.1

However for correctness and performance testing, which option is the best?

* compile the gegl directly on OS X (which I can't get it compiled)
* compile on a Linux VM that runs on VMware Fusion 7.1
* install Linux on my USB hard drive, boot my retina macbook from the
Linux USB hard drive and compile from there?

I don't know whether I can really test performance of OpenCL in a VM.
Also both the USB HD and the retina support USB 3, so in this case,
will the hard disk no longer be the bottleneck?

On Tue, Dec 16, 2014 at 8:38 PM, Alexandre Prokoudine
<alexandre prokoudine gmail com> wrote:

13 дек. 2014 г. 10:56 пользователь <kcleung users sourceforge net> написал:


I have just learned OpenCL programming, and would like to get solid
experience in OpenCL.  I would like to port an existing GEGL filter to

I had a look at:

There are a couple of filters listed that have a GEGL CPU
implementation but without OpenCL implementation.  How updated is this

I try to keep it up to date, but some mistakes may have crawled in :) Don't
hesitate to report any inconsistencies you stumble upon.


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