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PyOpenCL

http://mathema.tician.de/software/pyopencl
PyOpenCL lets you access GPUs and other massively parallel compute devices from Python. It tries to offer computing goodness in the spirit of its sister project PyCUDA:

  • Object cleanup tied to lifetime of objects. This idiom, often called RAII in C++, makes it much easier to write correct, leak- and crash-free code.
  • Completeness. PyOpenCL puts the full power of OpenCL's API at your disposal, if you wish. Every obscure get_info() query and all CL calls are accessible.
  • Automatic Error Checking. All CL errors are automatically translated into Python exceptions.
  • Speed. PyOpenCL's base layer is written in C++, so all the niceties above are virtually free.
  • Helpful and complete Documentation as well as a Wiki.
  • Liberal license. PyOpenCL is under the MIT license and free for commercial, academic, and private use.

Documentation

http://documen.tician.de/pyopencl

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Licensing

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ExpatKelly Hopkins6 April 2010



Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
"Email inform@tiker.net" Andreas Kloeckner Maintainer


Resources and communication

Audience Resource type URI
Developer Homepage http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyopencl


Software prerequisites

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 6 April 2010.



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