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Date: Mon, 27 May 2013 02:07:02 +0400
From: Solar Designer <>
Subject: Re: AMD GCN ISA development

Lukas, Sayantan, Daniel -

Can one/two/all of you please respond to Ronak below, and to further
questions/comments he might have?  I don't have time now, but I dislike
leaving postings without a response.



P.S. I am top-posting because I do not actually reply to Ronak, but
rather I quote his entire messages for others to reply to it.  For
actual replies, I prefer inline quoting.  So please do not take this
instance of top-posting as an example that it's the right thing to do -
usually it is not, in my opinion. ;-)  (But there are exceptions.)

On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 07:02:56PM +0530, Ronak wrote:
> Hi,
> While trying to align .isa in the inner elf of .elf, I had this thought,
> how kernel is going to run, if we decide to update .il and .isa
> simultaneously, such that each update will be different. With this, we have
> inconsistent kernel. Now two questions need to be asked..
> ** which update will actually run
> **  Updating both files, will it add to the flexibility of optimizing
> opencl kernels.
> Regards

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