markus.mohrhard at googlemail.com
Sun Nov 3 05:10:13 PST 2013
2013/11/3 Pedro <pedlino at gmail.com>
> mariosv wrote
> > I have read about it in the Kohei Yoshida's Webspace:
> Thank you for the link. It allowed me to figure out that the limitation is
> not so much which formulas/functions it applies to but which GPUs it
> My netPC based on the ION chipset does support CUDA and OpenCL but is not
> detected by LO so it is still using the "Internal, software interpreter"
> I guess I'll have to wait some more time :)
That means it will not be supported in the future. There are some
requirements to the hardware that must be satisfied before we can use the
GPU as OpenCL device.
> On a separate note: it's a shame there isn't more communication between
> developers and QA...
> It would make sense to ping the QA list when some feature is added with
> note like "I added this and that in Master can someone check if it's
> as intended and if there are any regressions?"
This feature is still under heavy development and not yet ready for testing
by QA. As you might have noticed it is still disabled and might still
contain serious bugs. If you want to test something in master it makes more
sense to test the normal code paths in Calc by making sure that the large
Calc refactorings did not introduce regressions.
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