OpenCL SPIR support?

Do you plan to add soon support for SPIR in your OpenCL SDK?
thx.

+1

Two years later:

+1

Yeah. This and some sort of Debugger and Profiler tools are essential. SPIR will allow developers to distribute cross-platform compatible binaries. This is very important as presently code has to be shipped in source form. Not having SIPR also makes the creation of libraries a lot harder.

The Debugger and Profiler are something we can live without but it’s a pain in the neck doing debugging with printfs. It’s like i’m doing kernel mode programming debugging here.

Oh and BTW NVIDIA: Kudos for the OpenCL 1.2 release! It took you a lot longer than we hoped. But I hope this will be the continuation of a beautiful relationship!

Two years later (again):

What about SPIR kernels, at the moment I don’t support NVidia, because distribution of kernels is so difficult. I don’t want to build extra kernels for every graphic card separate. SPIR is a great idea to distribute one (intermediate) code and build the binaries then on the client machines. AMD and Intel support it, so why not NVidia.
This way NVidia is disqualified for OpenCL development at the moment.

Oh! This is very important topic!

This way NVidia is disqualified for OpenCL development at the moment.
oh!
Yes, Also i will be waiting of full support OpenCL 2.x with SPIRV from nVidia.