Re: [Gegl-developer] directory structure of opencl in gegl, and unit test framework for each plugin?

The majority of tests are in tests/compositions, both OpenCL and not.

On Dec 25, 2014 6:06 AM, <kcleung users sourceforge net> wrote:
I had a go at tests/opencl, but found out that the opencl is NOT
included in and under opencl/  so no tools are
made to test the opencl plugins.

How can I get the scripts compiled that can read the XML tests for the
opencl plugins?

On Thu, Dec 25, 2014 at 12:48 PM,  <kcleung users sourceforge net> wrote:
> I just had a good look at the gegl git repository, it looks to me that
> plugins and filters are implemented in the directory
> operations
> where plugins are subdivided into subdirectories such as core,
> transform, generated, common and workshop.  Then I see some of these
> plugins have opencl versions in the directory
> opencl
> but implementations in opencl/ are not separated into corresponding
> subdirectories.
> I just wonder are there any plan to group opencl the same way as operations?
> Also is it true that unit test scripts of opencl are placed at:
> tests/opencl
> that compares output of opencl and CPU implemenations?  If so, then
> the number of tests seems to be much fewer than number of opencl
> plugins.  If I am correct, then would it be most productive for me to
> write XML test files for the plugins which has no corresponding test
> XML file?
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