Posts by [VENETO] boboviz

1) Message boards : News : Rosetta Android Beta version 4.11 released for testing (Message 6609)
Posted 5 days ago by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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I would try gladly this new app, if there was work

P.S.
And, please, restart "user of the day" function
2) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph support OpenCL ? (Message 6607)
Posted 7 Aug 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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Kronos releases OpenCl 2.2-11
PyOpenCl 2019.1
On-line course/test (completely in browser) on Sycl
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph support OpenCL ? (Message 6606)
Posted 17 Jul 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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Kronos Group released OpenCl 2.2 Maintenance Update


Kronos released latest OpenCl 2.2 Reference Pages
Xilinx release OpenCl reference in SDAccel
Cuda and Sycl comparison
HipSycl continues to grow
4) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph support OpenCL ? (Message 6605)
Posted 10 Jul 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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And Codeplay releases new version of ComputeCpp to be compliant with new SYCL


ComputeCpp now has a open and free version, Community Edition
Rocm 2.6 is out, whit a lot of new features
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph and SSEx (Message 6604)
Posted 3 Jun 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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Visual Studio 2019 released


Performance improvements in Visual Studio 2019
Visual Studio 2019 16.1 released
Gcc 9.1 released
Sycl 1.2.1 revision 5 released
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph support OpenCL ? (Message 6602)
Posted 10 May 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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Rocm 2.4 with full support to Tensorflow 2.0 next release
Intel released OpenCl Linux 19.17 stack
Iwocl 2019 Conference
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph and SSEx (Message 6601)
Posted 3 May 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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GCC 9 ready to be released, next weeks


Reased GCC9.1, the first stable release of GCC 9.x
Some features:
- The D programming language front-end has finally been mainlined in GCC! There is now D support beginning with GCC 9.

- Initial support for the Arm Neoverse N1 processors along with other existing AArch64 Cortex processors.

- Initial support for Intel Cascadelake server processors with AVX-512 VNNI (DL BOOST) via the -march=cascadelake flag.

- Initial support for OpenMP 5.0.

- Nearly complete support for the OpenACC 2.5 specification.

- Experimental support for C++2A is exposed via the "-std=c++2a" switch for this next revision of C++ likely to be called C++20. There is also work done on the C++ standard library side (libstdc++) and other bits while for C++17 is the initial parallel algorithms implementation.

- Along similar lines, there is also experimental support for C2X as the next C language revision and that is exposed via the -std=c2x switch.

- Fortran support in GCC has also been improved with now handling asynchronous I/O and other features.

- Inter-procedural optimizations (IPO), profile-driven optimizations, link-time optimizations (LTO), and a variety of other optimizations in trying to ensure better generated code.
8) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Rosetta 4.09 for Linux (Message 6600)
Posted 11 Apr 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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What about? Bugfix or new protocols??
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph support OpenCL ? (Message 6599)
Posted 4 Apr 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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PyOpenCl 2018.2.5 version
PoCl 1.3 version with LLVM/Clang 7 and 8 support
Rocm 2.2 with DGEMM optimization and Caffe2 multi-gpu support
OpenCl in C# via Cloo
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph support OpenCL ? (Message 6598)
Posted 3 Apr 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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Intel opens his SYCL implementation for LLVM
Intel presents his OpenCl compiler stack for cpu
Kronos Group is working for SPIR-V support with LLVM, OpenCl and Vulkan
Kronos Group creates a OpenCL Tooling Subgroup to work on tools for OpenCl
11) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph and SSEx (Message 6597)
Posted 3 Apr 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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Visual Studio 2019 released
C++20 is now features complete (specifications will be ready for July).
GCC 9 ready to be released, next weeks
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph support OpenCL ? (Message 6596)
Posted 27 Feb 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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Kronos Group releases OpenCl 2.2-10
13) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph and SSEx (Message 6593)
Posted 7 Feb 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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Few days ago, a volunteer optimized the code of Acustica@Home, with SSE/AVX extensions.
Results are great
Acustics
14) Message boards : News : Rosetta beta 64 bit linux version 4.08 released for testing. (Message 6592)
Posted 20 Jan 2019 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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If a project doesn't release work for month, sites like boincstats consider it like a closed project.
15) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph support OpenCL ? (Message 6591)
Posted 20 Dec 2018 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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Rocm 2.0 is here, with support to OpenCl 2.0, Tensorflow, Kubernetes and more.
Radeon Gpu Profile now supports OpenCl profiles.
Interesting little guide from Intel to Heterogeneous Computing via OpenCl
16) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Rosetta 4.07 (Message 6590)
Posted 14 Dec 2018 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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Waiting for new app and new work....
17) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Rosetta 4.07 (Message 6589)
Posted 26 Nov 2018 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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We report errors and bugs if you release wus!!
No new version of app, no wus for months....


Still.... :-(
18) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph support OpenCL ? (Message 6588)
Posted 26 Nov 2018 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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New version of OpenCl toolbox for Mathlab
IBM Node-Red now fully support OpenCl
FusionCL.net, a C# wrapper for OpenCl (with support for Visual Studio).
CodeXL 2.6
Spir-V Tools version 2018.6 with first commit of reduce (like C-Reduce)
19) Message boards : RALPH@home bug list : Rosetta 4.07 (Message 6585)
Posted 26 Sep 2018 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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We report errors and bugs if you release wus!!
No new version of app, no wus for months....
20) Message boards : Number crunching : Ralph support OpenCL ? (Message 6584)
Posted 20 Sep 2018 by Profile [VENETO] boboviz
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New LLVM 7 now support OpenCl C++
New Intel guide for OpenCl on Visual Studio
LPGPU2 Consortium released new tool suite for gpu developers, with full SYCL support
IWOCL 2018 conference with a lot of interesting talks and documents


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