Hello, I've been working on a parallel particle simulation using OpenCL. I've got to the point of writing documentation and need to link any potential users to the AMD OpenCL SDK. As per this thread and this thread, the page has gone missing. Is there any further update as to when/where this will be fixed?
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As I've been informed, the concerned team has decided to drop the support for APP SDK and hence, any related package on developer.amd.com might not be accessible anymore. Instead, they are recommending to use this lite SDK package available here: https://github.com/GPUOpen-LibrariesAndSDKs/OCL-SDK/releases
If I get more information about this, I'll share with you.
You don't need a SDK for Linux with AMDGPU-PRO or ROCm stack, as the library to link against is shipped with the driver.
The headers to compile can be found wih your package manager.
For example on debian based distro:
sudo apt-get install opencl-headers
Hi dipak, but how developer will learn OpenCL without examples ? The removed AMD APP SDK contains the best examples! I think this is strange decision, may be now AMD doesn't love OpenCL ?