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What’s New in SDK v2.01 * Update release for ATI Stream SDK v2.0. * Support for Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 5.3. * Support for debugging OpenCL™ with GDB on x86 CPUs under Linux® (see application note for more details). * Preview: Support for OpenCL™ / Microsoft® DirectX® 9 interoperability. Please see this knowledge base article for more information about this preview feature. * Additional OpenCL™ samples: o BoxFilter o FFT o GaussianNoise (under cpp_cl) o URNG * Stream KernelAnalyzer with OpenCL™ support (available for download separately from Stream KernelAnalyzer Product Page). * Various OpenCL™ compiler and runtime fixes and enhancements (see developer release notes for more details). * Support for ATI Radeon™ HD 5670 GPU and ATI Radeon™ HD 5570 GPU
What's New in Profiler Version 1.1 * Added support for Stream SDK v2.01. * Fixed a bug where an app that uses a lot of video memory might fail to profile to completion. * Fixed a bug where the profiler might fail to run with an app that contains multiple project settings. * Fixed a bug where Visual Studio might crash after sorting the first column (Method) in the OpenCL Session panel. * Fixed a bug where Visual Studio might present an obsolete profile data. * Fixed IL/ISA support when the Debugging\Working Directory property is not empty. * Fixed ALUBusy's counter on ATI Radeon HD 5870 graphics cards. * Fixed WriteUnitStalled counter. * Added context menu support to copy IL/ISA text in the Code Viewer Panel.
What's New in KernelAnalyzer Version 1.4 * Support for OpenCL™ (requires ATI Stream SDK v2.01). * Support for Catalyst™ driver 9.9-9.12. * Support for ATI Radeon™ HD 5870 graphics cards. * Support for ATI Radeon™ HD 5770 graphics cards. * Fixed issue where analysis of shader with complex flow control would fail. * Updated statistic names and descriptions. * Fetch instructions statistic now includes both texture and vertex fetch usage. * Compiler Output window now includes the OpenCL™ compiler build log (for warning and error messages). * Double-clicking on an OpenCL™ compilation error or warning will navigate to the reported line within the Source Code window. * Registered file extensions now supported automatically in file dialogs. * Object Code target now includes x86 assembly code for an OpenCL kernel.