Using Python 3, sys.platform returns "linux" on my machine (whereas
Python 2 returns "linux2"). The code in tools.py checks only for linux2.
After I patched this line
if sys.platform == "linux2":
if sys.platform == "linux2" || sys.platform == "linux":
everythink worked out nicely in my project. Was this simply forgotten or
is there a particular reason that get_gl_sharing_context_properties is
not supported on Python3/linux?
Renich Bon Ciric <renich(a)woralelandia.com> writes:
> I've been going crazy trying to build PyOpenCL in Fedora 18.
> I'm getting 2 different sets of errors. I'll attach the build commands for both.
> I tried reporting the bug to some bugzilla or whatever but didn't
> found one; sorry if I missed it.
> I appreciate your help.
Can you please try and build git master? Do you get similar failures
Hello guys! I've been writing some codes to running on my notebook with a intel
i5 (sandy bridge) (no
dedicated video-card) . And everything works fine at this time.
But i've bought a new notebook with a NVIDIA GT 630M and intel i7 (ivy bridge) !
So i tried to running
the same code on this new device.
I received this debug msg : https://gist.github.com/abara/4714690
here is the code i tried to running : https://gist.github.com/abara/4714702
Justin White <justinwhite321(a)gmail.com> writes:
> Evening All,
> I'm having some trouble with the enqueue_copy command. I've detailed the
> issue on StackOverflow at:
> (prettier code formatting for the eyes..)
> If anyone has any suggestions I'd be extremely grateful. Thanks!