For the time being, we can only support GNU/Linux, but this may change in the future. All development and tests have been done in an Ubuntu 16.04 distribution.
Please send patches, requests, ideas, etc. to email@example.com.
The code is available at http://opencliper.lpi.tel.uva.es/OpenCLIPER.
To clone the repository, just type
git clone http://opencliper.lpi.tel.uva.es/OpenCLIPER.
If you are not used to git, you can download the tar archive.
- GCC 5.
- CMake. Version 2.8 or newer should work.
- libmatio (for reading Matlab files). Available in Ubuntu repositories.
- A functional OpenCL 1.2 implementation (we may support OpenCL 1.0 in the future, but not yet).
OpenCLIPER is developed as a CMake project, so, the typical compilation sequence is used:
tar xvfz OpenCLIPER.tar.gz cd OpenCLIPER mkdir build cd build cmake .. make
Instead of cmake, you can use ccmake to tailor the compilation process to your needs.
Now that you have compiled OpenCLIPER (hopefully), it would be a great time to read the tutorial or have a look at the included tests and examples, and don't hesitate to tell us what you think of OpenCLIPER!