PATCH: re-enable OpenCL extensions

Kalle Raiskila via cfe-commits cfe-commits at
Thu Jan 19 23:30:19 PST 2017

On 19.01.2017 23:43, Liu, Yaxun (Sam) wrote:
> I think the supported extensions for a target should be as accurate as possible, for it to be useful. Setting all
> extensions to be supported on all targets will defeat its purpose.

I agree on the first part, but arrive at the exact opposite result :)
At least ARM, AARch64, PowerPC and MIPS suffer from this now (i.e. the ones someone even tried to compile pocl on).
And OCL-C being a front-end option, and OpenCL a stand-alone library, there isn't too much backend target specific
stuff going on.

> I recommend to introduce "pocl" as an environment in the triple and add supported OpenCL extensions for different
> targets based on that.

This does sound like something we should consider. This would at the same time allow for development on the experimental 

> -----Original Message----- From: Anastasia Stulova [mailto:Anastasia.Stulova at] Sent: Thursday, January 19,

  Do you think this can be solved instead with the new " -cl-ext=" option:

I'll have to have a better, second look at this, thanks. If it don't, I'll file bug reports :)


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