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erman_amd
Journeyman III

IDE for OpenCL development in Linux

Hi,

Anyone have experience using IDE for developing Open CL program in Linux?

Which one is good:  Eclipse? Netbeans? other?

I use CentOS 5.6.

Thank you

 

 

 

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perhaad
Adept I

IDE for OpenCL development in Linux

I use CodeBlocks on Ubuntu but It has rpm packages too.

http://www.codeblocks.org/

It works well the OpenCL libraries and header files to build code.

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nou
Exemplar

IDE for OpenCL development in Linux

i use CodeBlock too.

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Sheeep
Journeyman III

IDE for OpenCL development in Linux

I know its not an ide, but i use vim and makefiles. its ideal for c/c++ or opencl programming in linux. there are no problems with codecompletation etc. in opencl kernel files.

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himanshu_gautam
Grandmaster

IDE for OpenCL development in Linux

erman_amd,

CenOS is not a tested platform. So it is not supported officially.

So I suggest you to move to a suppoorted platform if you find any difficulties with CenOS.

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hduregger
Journeyman III

IDE for OpenCL development in Linux

Using Eclipse CDT here. So far there is no auto-completion etc. for .cl files, but the editor colors comments and standard C keywords and also highlights matching braces. Much better than a regular text editor without any coloring.

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akitaneru
Journeyman III

Re: IDE for OpenCL development in Linux

Could you write some tutorial or explain, how to configure eclipse to work with OpenCL.

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kurtprunty
Journeyman III

Re: IDE for OpenCL development in Linux

Amdahl Software has created an OpenCL development tool in Eclipse that provides all the Eclipse editing features, coloring, completion, hover, jump to, quick fix, and syntax checking.... for OpenCL.  www.amdahlsoftware.com  OpenCL CodeBench

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