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Thread: Problem Including Headers in Kernels

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    Problem Including Headers in Kernels

    When I write #include "kernel.h" at the very top of my file, clBuildProgram() doesn't seem to pull in the header file by default. I expected clBuildProgram() to obey the include path search rules for #include "kernel.h" and #include <kernel.h>, but it doesn't seem to do so implicitly. Is this how it's suppose to be, always explicitly passing "-I./" or such as a program build option when using header files?

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    Re: Problem Including Headers in Kernels

    What I do is include the path, like:

    #include "/Developer/Projects/MyProject/MyHeader.h"

    That works under xcode with cpu and nVidia; not sure yet about AMD because I pulled the whole header file into the kernel to play with it while debugging on my 5870.

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