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Rohit Rai
@milliondreams
Is JavaCL project still active?
@ochafik do you plan to continue working on this?
Christian Trimble
@ctrimble
I have some interest in getting involved with this project again. It works well in its current state, but could use some TLC.
Linker Lin
@linkerlin
JavaCL is dead
Cade Brown
@CadeBrown
@linkerlin Do you still use javacl?
Philipp Dörfler
@phdoerfler
Hi! Is this project still dead?
Loic Royer
@royerloic
Unfortunately Olivier ( @ochafik ) is not responding which probably means that he is really enjoying his work at Google... It's a pity because JavaCL is great.
Cade Brown
@CadeBrown
I've since moved to straight C openCL, which is the best alternative for using OpenCL 2.0
Loic Royer
@royerloic
To whom it may concern:
I have been developping and using a new project: ClearCL
It’s a multi-backed (JavaCL, JOCL) object-oriented library that supports all of OpenCL 1.2.
The multi-backend aspect is a way to remain agnostic to the actual underlying library, if JavaCL and JOCL (or any other backend) eventually die, as longa s we have a replacement backend, the code built on ClearCL remains unchanged (100% identical).
If you are interested in using/helping, see you in the corresponding gitter chat room.
cheers :-)
杨博 (Yang Bo)
@Atry
I use lwjgl, which seems more robust than other bindings
Loic Royer
@royerloic
The issue I had with lwjgl was the requirement to run on the first JVM thread, which for my uses cases was a problem (theer is only one first thread...)