August 30
Hi all,

I am happy to announce that the driver APIs for both OpenCL and CUDA are now here[1]! They are not yet feature complete and still have a lot more polishing and testing to be done, but the ground work is there. That should give contributors a scope to work on and help break up the work that needs to be done into more manageable pieces.

I'll put up a release of LLVM and LDC for both OSX and Windows (now that I finally got it to link) soon for anyone who wants to try it out or start contributing, the more hand helping and testing the better. Also I'm looking for someone who would be interested in co-presenting at the international workshop on OpenCL in Edinburgh (mid May) on an application of DCompute.

I will be continuing to work on this and do testing in my spare time until I start work (Laeeth: how's the office moving and infrastructure migration going ;) ), but now the foundation is there hopefully development will start to pick up.

Nic

[1]: https://github.com/libmir/dcompute
August 30
On Wednesday, 30 August 2017 at 07:49:29 UTC, Nicholas Wilson wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I am happy to announce that the driver APIs for both OpenCL and CUDA are now here[1]! They are not yet feature complete and still have a lot more polishing and testing to be done, but the ground work is there. That should give contributors a scope to work on and help break up the work that needs to be done into more manageable pieces.
>
> [...]

Great! Thank you, Nicholas