As I stated in the amdkfd v5 cover letter, this release, coupled with the r600 LLVM back-end, provides a complete userspace Open Source stack/solution for running HSA applications using kernels written in OpenCL C99 on top of amdkfd.
As promised, the git repository also contains an HSA port of the OpenCL MatrixMultiplication application, which can be used to demonstrate how the compiler, stack, libhsakmt and, of course, amdkfd work together. Together with the c file of the application, we have provided the source of the OpenCL kernel and a binary version of that kernel.
There are complete instructions in the git repo on how to build the HSA RT and the HSA application from source. In addition, if someone wishes to compile the OpenCL kernel, there are instructions on how to do it (using the modified r600 LLVM).
If anyone is interested in running the sample HSA application on Kaveri H/W, please take my latest amdkfd-v6 branch and together with the updated Kaveri firmware files.