Disabling of OpenCL by default in Calc
erack at redhat.com
Wed Jun 29 11:10:36 UTC 2016
On Tuesday, 2016-06-21 02:51:17 +0200, Markus Mohrhard wrote:
> so I'd like to disable OpenCL by default in Calc. I was once again hit by
> some nasty issue in the OpenCL code that makes calc unusable for me. In my
> opinion we have way too many issues with it and it reduces the reliability
> of Calc ( who trusts his OpenCL driver enough to do his taxes with OpenCL
I agree, OpenCL turned out to be a can of worms, and having Calc produce
wrong results that may go unnoticed and even be not reproducible in all
cases because of different drivers is just a mess.
Let the default be disabled. Already in 5.2
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