The reason to not support 1.2 and lower is mostly so that we don't
have to drop support for them again in one of the next releases when
we add more features. I don't want to add support for an architecture
that we might not be able to support anymore in the next release.
Regarding bundling CUDA kernels, I'll ask Sergey to do it for Linux
builds. For Mac there's not much point I think, as far as I know
they're not selling computers with NVidia cards that have shader model
1.3 or newer, all the high end computers have ATI.
On Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 9:39 PM, Wolfgang Fähnle <wfae...@freenet.de> wrote:
Hi, i start an initiative on BA to build older Cuda kernels and upload it
It would be nice if some builder compile 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 kernels for all
I have upload these kernels for linux 64 on my dropbox account.
Am 11.12.2011, 20:36 Uhr, schrieb Yousef Hurfoush <bat...@msn.com>:
I have to agree with this, as compiling the kernel takes 15 or so
and nearly crashes my computer. And after that it didn't even work (It
it was out of memory, probably because my card is so old. It's a geforce
i do have the same card, even thought it is 5 years old it renders as
1/2 my this year i5/2500 CPU.
so it worth bundling 1.0 1.1 1.2 kernels too, even people with old cards
wants to at least test cycles gpu.