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    clCreateBuffer

    Can a buffer created without using a host pointer be guaranteed to be zeroed or must I zero it?

    edit: wasn't paying attention, this should be in "Developers Coding:Beginner"
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    Re: Pointers to arrays

    Cheers: ati v2.2 update to ati v2.3 solved the issue
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    Re: Pointers to arrays

    As I have already mentioned it's not an argument to a kernel function. so therefore it's an implementation error?
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    Pointers to arrays

    I have an array of pointers to global inside a function, I'm having issues with having a pointer then to this array.
    For example if I have
    global double2 * Start[SIZE];

    I get errors when I try...
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    Re: Pointers to Pointers

    I thought there was an issue with this, now solved
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    Pointers to Pointers

    If I have a pointer in private memory that points to global memory such as:
    global int * pTest;

    should then a pointer to pTest not be:
    global int ** p
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    Specification error

    clGetProgramBuildInfo has a pointer size_t *param_value_size_ret. The specification reads "param_value_size_ret returns the actual size in bytes of data copied to param_value. ". Either the...
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    Complex Numbers

    complex support would be particularly helpful in the next coming releases due to it's applications in simulations (even at a basic level).
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    Re: Linking

    Is there any chance this will be included in future specifications?
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    Linking

    There doesn't appear to be any way to link cl files together (useful for making code modularly).
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