JavaCL v1.0.0 RC3 is available!
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JavaCL is a BSD-licensed library that lets you use OpenCL from Java, in order to run massively-parallel computations on your graphic card (and/or CPU).
- Fixed byte order hack for ATI platforms
- Fixes / optimized event callbacks (but broke API: CLEvent.EventCallback now only takes the completion status as argument, not the event anymore)
- Fixed library probe
- Fixed handling of image2d_t and image3d_t in Maven plugin (contrib. from Remi Emonet, request #308 and issue #307)
- Fixed OpenGL interop on Windows (issue #312)
- Fixed error about mismatching byte order for byte buffers, and replaced mentions to getKernelsDefaultByteOrder() by getByteOrder() (issue #336)
- Fixed AMD App 2.7 Linux library loading code for
- Fixed AMD download link in demos.
- Added CLEvent.FIRE_AND_FORGET to avoid returning events from all the methods that accept a vararg eventsToWaitFor.
- Added naive OSGi support to the main JAR.
- Added list of devices in program errors.
- Added CLBuffer.allocateCompatibleMemory(CLDevice)
- Added client properties to CLContext (lazy + concurrent)
- Optimized low-level bindings on OpenCL 1.1+ platforms, with dynamic runtime switch (removed synchronized keyword from all native calls), and made OpenCL 1.0 synchronization a warning.
- Enhanced CLDevice.toString (include platform name)
- Deprecated CLKernel.enqueueNDRange with int parameters
- Return CLUserEvent from CLContext.createUserEvent();
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