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kalmun
Journeyman III

Problem in running an OpenCL code further to previous question ........

Following is my earlier question.

I have a problem when running  OpenCL code "EigenValue.cpp" downloaded from    http://simulation-opencl.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/samples_atistream/EigenValue/.     ............

and I received more helpful answers from you  to add the following lines.

add this in line 94 before "int EigenValue::setupEigenValue()" in the *.cpp file.

          binaryData.binaryName = std::string(dumpBinary.c_str());

          int status = sampleCommon->generateBinaryImage(binaryData);

          return status;

Now I received the following errors.

EigenValue.cpp: In member function ‘virtual int EigenValue::genBinaryImage()’:

EigenValue.cpp:103: error: ‘bifData’ is not a member of ‘streamsdk’

EigenValue.cpp:103: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘binaryData’

EigenValue.cpp:105: error: ‘binaryData’ was not declared in this scope

EigenValue.cpp:109: error: ‘isComplierFlagsSpecified’ was not declared in this scope

EigenValue.cpp:111: error: ‘flags’ was not declared in this scope

EigenValue.cpp:119: error: ‘class streamsdk::SDKCommon’ has no member named ‘generateBinaryImage’

I would be grateful if you could let me a solution.

Thanks.

Kalyani

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Wenju
Elite

Re: Problem in running an OpenCL code further to previous question ........

Hi Kalyani,

I download the .cpp and .hpp file.

1. in .hpp file, add "int genBinaryImage();"

2. in .cpp file, add:

int
EigenValue::genBinaryImage()
{
    streamsdk::bifData binaryData;
    binaryData.kernelName = std::string("EigenValue_Kernels.cl");
    binaryData.flagsStr = std::string("");
    if(isComplierFlagsSpecified())
        binaryData.flagsFileName = std::string(flags.c_str());

    binaryData.binaryName = std::string(dumpBinary.c_str());
    int status = sampleCommon->generateBinaryImage(binaryData);
    CHECK_ERROR(status, SDK_SUCCESS, "OpenCL Generate Binary Image Failed");
    return SDK_SUCCESS;
}

, you can do other thins in the function, it's up to you.

3. in the .cpp file, I think there are so many bugs. So you should fix the file.

good luck.

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binying
Challenger

Re: Problem in running an OpenCL code further to previous question ........

Thank you wenju!

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