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Can you reduce it down to a small test case which reproduces the problem?
Also, what is the system and GPU configuration you are using?
Also, give v1.00.2-beta a try. It is available for download on the website now:
Hopefully, it may have fixed whatever you are encountering.
I have just tried with the latest beta, and met the same problem. My system is
winxp 32 bit, a core 2 processor, and an HD3870 card, running catalyst drivers.
I wanted to avoid running through the code kernel by kernel, but I will try, and
see if I can identify the culprit.
Let me know how it goes.
Does building it in debug mode help narrow down where the exception is happening?
after a little break, I've got back to trying out my brook, and have identified the source of the problem;
it was unfortunate/incorrect bracketing which amd_brcc could not pass, but which was (mysteriously!)
correctly interpreted by brcc_0.5.
It might be helpful if the amd_brcc parser were able to inform of the first line that gives a parse problem?