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local memory address starts 0

Question asked by viscocoa on Feb 15, 2012
Latest reply on Feb 16, 2012 by viscocoa

I am not sure how OpenCL specification regulates this, but in the current AMD implementation 0 is a valid local address. I think the address 0 or NULL pointer should be reserved, since a GPU has 32k, a pretty large, local memory, so that we can use the same code for CPU, like:


If (ptr)

   ptr = ptr->next;



Just a fancy idea