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explicite
@explicite
Resurrection? ;) @ochafik do you remember nativelibs4java/ScalaCL#10
Olivier Chafik
@ochafik
Yay, I've recovered my OSS mojo :-)
explicite
@explicite
@ochafik what do you think about typed functions (no Unit)? Instead writing to buffer function will return 'value'. btw. could you have any job for me? I want to learn more about project.
Chris Coffey
@ChrisCoffey
Hey guys, what's the current state of this library?
Joseph Price
@joprice
It looks like CLFunctionUtils is trying to use a private method in reified 'getFreshNameGenerator'. Was this a result of depending on a snapshot, where the method was once public?
Philipp Dörfler
@phdoerfler
Hi! I am new to OpenCL and would like to port an existing simple algorithm to the GPU. How useable is ScalaCL at the moment?
Is this channel even still alive?
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Richard Gomes
@frgomes
@phdoerfler : Old stuff, but you may find useful somehow:
https://github.com/frgomes/poc-scalacl
@phdoerfler : My tests demonstrated 200+ times performance gain on a GTX460 card.
Cullen Lee
@keyskull
sorry,i can't download in sbt ,are they have a keeping update?
Richard Gomes
@frgomes
@keyskull : old stuff. I did this PoC years ago. It depends on Scala 2.9.2 as far as I remember and I'm not sure if ScalaCL itself changed somehow.
Cullen Lee
@keyskull
Are you know where have anybody to update like this project? @frgomes
Richard Gomes
@frgomes

@keyskull : I don't know exactly the current status of ScalaCL. The last time I had a look at it seemed to me that it was abandonware. Regarding my https://github.com/frgomes/poc-scalacl ... it is abandonware for sure.

The point is: ScalaCL depends on Scala 2.9.2 and the [very old] way of doing metaprogramming (macros). So, it's understandable why anyone is willing to spend time on that.

There's a brand new and much better way of doing metaprogramming in Scala 2.12 (named scalameta) which is pretty good, but still has a number of details to be improved. I would say that makes sense to rework ScalaCL to take advantage of scalameta, I mean: if there's still anyone with time and drive to do that.

I did a simple PoC using scalameta and it's really pretty good and (most important!) pretty simple to get the job done. https://github.com/frgomes/poc-scalameta
So, I suppose that reworking ScalaCL would be a reasonably simple task, at least from the perspective of replacing the current use of macros by the new one, employing scalameta.