There is no way to debug kernel code presently. you can use printf in kernel code to trace if you are running for CPU. In beta4, this is working only for Linux. It will be supported for Windows in upcoming releases.
is this what you are expecting?
It is already a way to know what's happen on the OpenCL side ;-)
The best will be something like Nexus from NVidia, but that will work with any OpenCL compliant device.
Yes, I'm running from CPU under Windows, but I have to wait for the next release in order to use it then :-(
should this be working in windows version of ATI stream sdk v2?
I'm trying it and getting :
C:\Users\jfranta\AppData\Local\Temp\OCLC2E2.tmp.cl(115): error: function
"printf" declared implicitly
printf("id: %i d: %i",tid,d);
you need to enable the printf function as it is only supported as an extension:
type this above your kernel code:
#pragma OPENCL EXTENSION cl_amd_printf:enable
your printf will then work.