[PyOpenCL] (de) Problem mit global_offset Parameter
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Thu Feb 2 06:24:43 PST 2012
On Thu, 02 Feb 2012 11:06:56 +0100, Philip Kaufmann <phil.kaufmann at t-online.de> wrote:
> Hi Andreas,
> > Odd--I did try that version to, just to see if it would provoke a crash
> > (it shouldn't), and it didn't. What version are you on?
> self.kernel.XYZ(self.commandQueue, (data.size, ), (self.WORKSIZE, ),
> *(kernelargs), global_offset=data.baseNum[i])
> The above crashes with 0.92 and I guess the other one is 2011.2, but
> this one crashes on: self.interface.debug('using PyOpenCL version ' +
> cl.VERSION_TEXT), which 0.92 does not ^^.
Known bug, fixed in git. Also, when you say 'crash', that sounds like
'caught a signal' to me. Please distinguish Python exceptions (usually
not a problem) from segfaults (argh!), to avoid scaring me like that.
(In Windows, it might be hard to tell one from the other unless you're
running your code from the command line.)
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