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#include "testBase.h"
#include "types.hpp"
template<typename T>
int test_undef(cl_device_id deviceID, cl_context context,
cl_command_queue queue, const char *name)
if(std::string(name).find("double") != std::string::npos) {
if(!is_extension_available(deviceID, "cl_khr_fp64")) {
log_info("Extension cl_khr_fp64 not supported; skipping double tests.\n");
return 0;
int num = (int)(1 << 10);
cl_int err = CL_SUCCESS;
clProgramWrapper prog;
err = get_program_with_il(prog, deviceID, context, name);
SPIRV_CHECK_ERROR(err, "Failed to build program");
clKernelWrapper kernel = clCreateKernel(prog, name, &err);
SPIRV_CHECK_ERROR(err, "Failed to create kernel");
size_t bytes = num * sizeof(T);
clMemWrapper mem = clCreateBuffer(context, CL_MEM_READ_WRITE, bytes, NULL, &err);
SPIRV_CHECK_ERROR(err, "Failed to create buffer");
err = clSetKernelArg(kernel, 0, sizeof(cl_mem), &mem);
SPIRV_CHECK_ERROR(err, "Failed to set kernel argument");
size_t global = num;
err = clEnqueueNDRangeKernel(queue, kernel, 1, NULL, &global, NULL, 0, NULL, NULL);
SPIRV_CHECK_ERROR(err, "Failed to enqueue kernel");
std::vector<T> host(num);
err = clEnqueueReadBuffer(queue, mem, CL_TRUE, 0, bytes, &host[0], 0, NULL, NULL);
SPIRV_CHECK_ERROR(err, "Failed to copy from cl_buffer");
return 0;
TEST_SPIRV_FUNC(op_undef_##NAME##_simple) \
{ \
return test_undef<TYPE>(deviceID, context, queue, \
"undef_" #NAME "_simple"); \
} \
// Boolean tests
TEST_UNDEF(true , cl_int )
TEST_UNDEF(false , cl_int )
// Integer tests
TEST_UNDEF(int , cl_int )
TEST_UNDEF(uint , cl_uint )
TEST_UNDEF(char , cl_char )
TEST_UNDEF(uchar , cl_uchar)
TEST_UNDEF(ushort, cl_ushort)
TEST_UNDEF(long , cl_long )
TEST_UNDEF(ulong , cl_ulong)
#ifdef __GNUC__
// std::vector<cl_short> is causing compilation errors on GCC 5.3 (works on gcc 4.8)
// Needs further investigation
TEST_UNDEF(short , int16_t )
TEST_UNDEF(short , cl_short)
// Float tests
TEST_UNDEF(float , cl_float)
TEST_UNDEF(double, cl_double)
TEST_UNDEF(int4 , cl_int4)
TEST_UNDEF(int3 , cl_int3)
typedef AbstractStruct2<cl_int, cl_float> CustomType;
return test_undef<CustomType>(deviceID, context, queue, "undef_struct_int_float_simple");
typedef AbstractStruct2<cl_int, cl_char> CustomType;
return test_undef<CustomType>(deviceID, context, queue, "undef_struct_int_char_simple");
typedef AbstractStruct2<cl_int, cl_char> CustomType1;
typedef AbstractStruct2<cl_int2, CustomType1> CustomType2;
return test_undef<CustomType2>(deviceID, context, queue, "undef_struct_struct_simple");
return test_undef<cl_float>(deviceID, context, queue,