OpenCL C++ Bindings
cl::SVMAllocator< T, SVMTrait > Class Template Reference

Classes

struct  rebind
 

Public Types

typedef T value_type
 
typedef value_type * pointer
 
typedef const value_type * const_pointer
 
typedef value_type & reference
 
typedef const value_type & const_reference
 
typedef std::size_t size_type
 
typedef std::ptrdiff_t difference_type
 

Public Member Functions

 SVMAllocator (cl::Context context)
 
 SVMAllocator (const SVMAllocator &other)
 
template<typename U >
 SVMAllocator (const SVMAllocator< U, SVMTrait > &other)
 
pointer address (reference r) CL_HPP_NOEXCEPT_
 
const_pointer address (const_reference r) CL_HPP_NOEXCEPT_
 
pointer allocate (size_type size, typename cl::SVMAllocator< void, SVMTrait >::const_pointer=0)
 
void deallocate (pointer p, size_type)
 
size_type max_size () const CL_HPP_NOEXCEPT_
 
template<class U , class... Args>
void construct (U *p, Args &&...args)
 
template<class U >
void destroy (U *p)
 
bool operator== (SVMAllocator const &rhs)
 
bool operator!= (SVMAllocator const &a)
 

Friends

template<typename U , typename V >
class SVMAllocator
 

Detailed Description

template<typename T, class SVMTrait>
class cl::SVMAllocator< T, SVMTrait >

STL-like allocator class for managing SVM objects provided for convenience.

Note that while this behaves like an allocator for the purposes of constructing vectors and similar objects, care must be taken when using with smart pointers. The allocator should not be used to construct a unique_ptr if we are using coarse-grained SVM mode because the coarse-grained management behaviour would behave incorrectly with respect to reference counting.

Instead the allocator embeds a Deleter which may be used with unique_ptr and is used with the allocate_shared and allocate_ptr supplied operations.

Definition at line 3387 of file cl2.hpp.

Member Function Documentation

template<typename T , class SVMTrait >
pointer cl::SVMAllocator< T, SVMTrait >::allocate ( size_type  size,
typename cl::SVMAllocator< void, SVMTrait >::const_pointer  = 0 
)
inline

Allocate an SVM pointer.

If the allocator is coarse-grained, this will take ownership to allow containers to correctly construct data in place.

Definition at line 3451 of file cl2.hpp.

template<typename T , class SVMTrait >
size_type cl::SVMAllocator< T, SVMTrait >::max_size ( ) const
inline

Return the maximum possible allocation size. This is the minimum of the maximum sizes of all devices in the context.

Definition at line 3493 of file cl2.hpp.

template<typename T , class SVMTrait >
bool cl::SVMAllocator< T, SVMTrait >::operator== ( SVMAllocator< T, SVMTrait > const &  rhs)
inline

Returns true if the contexts match.

Definition at line 3521 of file cl2.hpp.


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