On Wed, 19 May 2010 20:57:06 +0400, Andrew Karpushin <reven86(a)gmail.com> wrote:
When I call all_kernels( ) on program, that was previously
built, it always returns empty list. I looked at the source and found that
the function create_kernels_in_program is not worked corretly. The
should be filled with num_kernels dummy values prior to second call of
clCreateKernelsInProgram, so that clCreateKernelsInProgram could store all
kernel objects in kernels vector.
Thanks for the report! Should be fixed in git.