Package Details: aocl-gcc 3.0-1

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Package Base: aocl
Description: AMD Optimizing CPU Libraries
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Licenses: custom
Submitter: daren
Maintainer: daren
Last Packager: daren
Votes: 2
Popularity: 0.006914
First Submitted: 2019-10-04 14:02
Last Updated: 2021-03-17 18:29

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urboro commented on 2020-10-04 08:07

The aocl-gcc version is updated to 2.2.5 on Hence, the name of the file and the checksum does not match anymore to the ones in PKGBUILD.

daren commented on 2020-02-20 19:03

I split packaged this into aocl-aocc and aocl-gcc.

Difference is that for example from aocl-gcc is linked against (GNU OpenMP) and from aocl-aocc it's linked against (LLVM OpenMP).

hfath commented on 2020-02-14 11:56

Thanks for the quick update!

Upstream responded with "Due to web portal issues the latest checksums are not updated." -- but what they really should have done is bump the version number...

daren commented on 2020-02-14 10:40

Updated with the new sha256sum.

If you have an old "aocl-linux-gcc-2.1.tar.gz" archive laying around, please re-download!

daren commented on 2020-02-14 10:08

Weird, they uploaded a different archive under the same name.

The original one with the "e473..." sha256sum has timestamps from 15th of January.

A new downloaded one with the checksum you mention has timestamps from 23th of January... well.

The amd-libm seems to be fixed and split into amdlibm.h and amdlibm_vec.h as well... will update the PKGBUILD.

hfath commented on 2020-02-14 10:01

FTR, the distfile as downloaded with Firefox (repeatedly) gives me

% sha256sum aocl-linux-gcc-2.1.tar.gz
8ea9ec16051893e480f7ba09babeaa833897586aa4d0c2c53b22132b5884150c aocl-linux-gcc-2.1.tar.gz

-- differing from the checksum on upstream's web page and in PKGBUILD.

I have notified

hfath commented on 2020-01-08 09:46

Actually, env-modules should put a (t)csh init file in /etc/profile.d, see <,_csh_automatic_modules_initialization>

hfath commented on 2020-01-08 09:14

tcsh here, and since I use my own /etc/csh.* config I had to source /etc/modules/init/tcsh (which of course has ${MODULESHOME} in it - catch 22).

I guess it would be helpful to default to /etc/modules, unless ${MODULESHOME} is set.

daren commented on 2020-01-07 14:08

Hmm, it seems that your shell didn't have ${MODULESHOME} set.

Maybe you need to restart the shell after the installation of env-modules and see if the environment variable is set? I think it should be integrated into bash startup scripts, other shells might need manual env-modules sourcing in the ~/.<shell>rc file.

I should check for if this is set in the PKGBUILD, else it kinda malfunctions and indeed will try to install in /modules.

hfath commented on 2020-01-07 14:01

Ah, okay, I see it now. I guess AUR expects you to look out for such things. ;)

The package installs its environment module files under /modules -- is that the canonical location on Arch? The 'env-modules' package is configured for /etc/modules.

And which package would install the 'module' command mentioned in aocl.install - or did you mean what 'env-modules' installs as 'add.modules'?