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Date: Fri, 16 Aug 2013 03:00:58 +0200
From: Lukas Odzioba <>
Subject: Re: Re: Daniel's weekly report #9

2013/8/16 Dániel Bali <>:
> I tried to patch the binary with the microcode (generated by
> KernelAnalyzer) of the following opencl code:
> __kernel void blowfish(constant uint *buf1, constant uint *buf2, __global
> uint *buf3, __global uint *buf4, __global uint *buf5, uint rounds, constant
> uint *buf6) {
>     buf3[0] = 111;
>     buf4[0] = 222;
>     buf5[0] = 333;
> }

Can you post this isa code?

I am affraid you're still missing the point of this test. If using bf
kernel to test ds instructions is hard, maybe it will be faster/easier
to write simple opencl code that will utilize ds instructions itself,
and will be easier to modify.


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