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  1. Re: cl_command_queue , cl_context as member variable of a class?

    like I said, as I come to the place before clEnqueueNDRangeKernel, there are no problems, because I dont get any error indicating that context or commandqueue is not valid. I do use both...
  2. Re: cl_command_queue , cl_context as member variable of a class?

    Did u read the first post ? It is not my intention to get ref counts. As u said, I only used ref counts for debug purposes and posted the results. I am not using ref counts for my program and i never...
  3. Re: cl_command_queue , cl_context as member variable of a class?

    Any help???

    Following instruction solves the problem, but it is not clean and I don't understand some things:


    clReleaseCommandQueue(this->m_cqCommandQue); //before clEnqueueNDRangeKernel()
    ...
  4. cl_command_queue , cl_context as member variable of a class?

    Hi,

    by following code , I get at the end an error "Unhandled exception at 0x1000693a in IntensityRange.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0xcdcdcdd1." in VS.


    ...
  5. Re: local memory within two different kernels in the same file?

    OK , PROBLEM IS SOLVED.

    the kernel names are mutualInformation and mutualInformation2 and propably OpenCL has some problems with namesgiving ??? just a change of the name of the second kernel from...
  6. Re: local memory within two different kernels in the same file?

    thank you for your answers and information. I still cannot figure it out and the problem is a bit too strange to me. Let me change the problem description.

    I have to kernels (independent from each...
  7. local memory within two different kernels in the same file?

    Hello,

    is local memory not accessible within two kernels in the same file ?

    I have following problem:

    I have one .cl file with two kernels in it. One of them has a __local parameter in...
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