futhark pyopencl [options…] infile
futhark pyopencl translates a Futhark program to Python code
invoking OpenCL kernels, which depends on Numpy and PyOpenCL. By
default, the program uses the first device of the first OpenCL
platform - this can be changed by passing
-d options to
the generated program (not to
futhark pyopencl itself).
The resulting program will otherwise behave exactly as one compiled
futhark py. While the sequential host-level code is pure
Python and just as slow as in
futhark py, parallel sections will
have been compiled to OpenCL, and runs just as fast as when using
futhark opencl. The kernel launch overhead is significantly
higher, however, so a good rule of thumb when using
futhark pyopencl is to aim for having fewer but longer-lasting
The generated code requires at least PyOpenCL version 2015.2.
Print help text to standard output and exit.
- --entry-point NAME
Treat this top-level function as an entry point.
Instead of compiling to an executable program, generate a Python module that can be imported by other Python code. The module will contain a class of the same name as the Futhark source file with
.futremoved. Objects of the class define one method per entry point in the Futhark program, with matching parameters and return value.
- -o outfile
Where to write the resulting binary. By default, if the source program is named ‘foo.fut’, the binary will be named ‘foo’.
Generate a server-mode executable that reads commands from stdin.
unsafein program and perform safety checks unconditionally.
- -v verbose
Enable debugging output. If compilation fails due to a compiler error, the result of the last successful compiler step will be printed to standard error.
Print version information on standard output and exit.
Do not print any warnings.
Treat warnings as errors.