[JavaCL](http://code.google.com/p/javacl/) v1.0.0 RC2 is available !
[Download / Install](http://code.google.com/p/javacl/wiki/Usage) | [Browse JavaDoc](http://nativelibs4java.sourceforge.net/javacl/api/stable) | [Getting Started (Tutorial)](http://code.google.com/p/javacl/wiki/GettingStarted) | [Discuss](http://groups.google.fr/group/nativelibs4java/)
[Launch the new JavaCL Interactive Image Transform Editor.](http://nativelibs4java.sourceforge.net/webstart/OpenCL/InteractiveImageTransformDemo.jnlp)
Here are the main changes between [1.0.0-RC1](/p_615) and 1.0.0-RC2 ([see full change log](http://code.google.com/p/nativelibs4java/source/browse/trunk/libraries/OpenCL/CHANGELOG)) :
- Release artifacts are available in Maven Central
- Added support for sub-images reading/writing from/to CLImage2D (slower than with full images)
- Fixed endianness issues with CLBuffer (issue #80)
- Fixed migration of cached binaries to newer versions of OS (e.g. upgrading from Snow Leopard to Lion) (issue #81)
- Fixed handling compiler options containing spaces (issue #274)
- Fixed tutorial artifact pom repositories (issue #279)
- Fixed support of Intel’s OpenCL 1.5 Windows runtime (issue #297)
- Fixed many Javadoc typos
- Enhanced LocalSize API (added static factory methods for all primitive types)
- Deprecated CLContext.getKernelsDefaultByteOrder() and CLDevice.getKernelsDefaultByteOrder()
- Added more informative exceptions when passing null pointers to CLBuffer.writeBytes (issue #257)
- Updated to OpenCL 1.2 headers
- Added -cl-nv-verbose, -cl-nv-maxrregcount, -cl-nv-opt-level + proper log even without error when nv-verbose is set
- Enhanced handling of endianness : warn when creating contexts with devices that have mismatching endianness, throw when creating buffer out of Buffer / Pointer with bad endianness
- Changed signature of CLPlatform.listDevices (now takes a single CLDevice.Type, including All, instead of an EnumSet thereof)
You can read the Getting Started (Tutorial) page on the wiki to get started very quickly !
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