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Tuesday, April 9 • 11:25am - 11:55am
RFC: Reference OpenCL Runtime library for LLVM

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LLVM is used as a foundation for majority of OpenCL compilers, thanks to excellent support of OpenCL C language in Clang frontend, and modularity of LLVM. Unfortunately, a compiler is not the only component that is required to develop using OpenCL: users need a runtime library that implements the OpenCL API. While there are several implementations of OpenCL runtime exist, both open and proprietary, they do not have a community wide adoption. This leads to fragmentation and effort duplication across OpenCL community, and negatively impacts OpenCL ecosystem in general.

The purpose of this BoF is to bring all parties interested in getting a reference OpenCL Runtime implementation in LLVM, that is designed to be easily extendable to support various accelerator devices (CPU/GPU/FPGA/DSP) and allow users and compiler developers to rapidly prototype OpenCL specific functionality in LLVM and Clang.


Tuesday April 9, 2019 11:25am - 11:55am CEST
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