> // an array with available opencl devices detected on your system
> CLDevice devices = context.getDevices();
> for(int i=0; i<devices.length; i++)
> out.println("device-" + i + ": " + devices[i]);
> // have a look at the output and select a device
> CLDevice device = devices;
> On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 7:07 PM, Abimael [via jogamp]<
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>> I had heard about it , but how can I do that.? I mean, how can I run OPENCL
>> on CPU to compare ?
>> I recall that I read some day that in either createProgram or build (I do
>> not recall which one) , I could pass an argument to redirect to GPU or CPU..
>> Is that the way to run OpenCL on CPU , or should I need to install a proper
>> implementation (or libraries) to run on CPU ?
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