Posting Guidelines

Discussion of ArrayFire using CUDA or OpenCL.

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Posting Guidelines

Postby melonakos » Fri Nov 21, 2014 1:57 am

We greatly appreciate your feedback and welcome your comments/questions/experiences with ArrayFire!

In order to best convey your information to the community, we ask that you provide as much information as possible in your posts, including but not limited to:

  • The output of af::info
  • The system information:
  • Operating System
  • CPU chip
  • GPU chip
  • Version of the CUDA or OpenCL Driver
  • Code that we can use to recreate the problem/benchmark/example/etc
  • The code output so that we can see what you're getting without running it ourselves

For information that does not change frequently, you can include those details in your signature (see User Control Panel -> Edit Profile -> Edit Signature).

Also, before posting, please search these forums and the documentation to see if your question might have already been answered.

ArrayFire is on Stackoverflow, and we treat posts there as if they were posts on this site. Tag your posts and questions there, and you can gain reputation in the Stackoverflow ecosystem. Here is the URL:

Thanks again for your feedback and we look forward to adapting ArrayFire to suit your needs.

Best regards,

The ArrayFire Team
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