some questions on your new 2014 compilers…
first you say complete OpenACC 2.0 API but also say “Additional OpenACC 2.0 features supported” in release notes…
can you clarify what’s left for complete OpenACC 2.0 support (on Nvidia of course as Radeons will require OpenCL 2.0 seems)
also you have a section called LLVM/SPIR and Native GPU Code Generation
where you say “In legacy mode, which continues to be the default, PGI generates low-level CUDA C or OpenCL code” so that means in theory should support any OpenCL implementation as Intel iGPUs on Windows?
finally you say “Beginning in PGI 14.1, PGI can generate an LLVM-based intermediate representation” using –ta=radeon:llvm on Radeon GPUs… as you mention SPIR in this section title this means that you are using SPIR support (i.e. cl_khr_spir) in AMD OpenCL drivers… I say because drivers currently doesn’t show cl_khr_spir support… do you have some backdoor for feeding SPIR into AMD OpenCL drivers?