Custom OpenCL Kernel in OpenCV 3.x

asked 2016-03-25 03:49:11 -0500

milLII3yway gravatar image

updated 2016-03-25 04:11:10 -0500

I am trying to build my own ocl kernel in opencv 3.x. I was looking into both opencv source code and found out that the host source code calls ocl module (in *.cl file) using ocl::Kernel and ocl::ProgramSource (as mentioned in LINK and DOC).

It seems that in opencv module there is auto-generated *.hpp and *.cpp file (e.g. for modules/imgproc -> opencl_kernels_imgproc.hpp and opencl_kernels_imgproc.cpp) These files seemed to be generated based on *.cl file.

My question is, how to auto-generate these files for your custom kernel? I am guessing that it might be a CMAKE trick, but I cannot really found it. Would very much appreciated, if anyone could point me to the code/configure that do that.

Thank you.

** UPDATE ***

Seems to have something to do with

  • cmake/cl2cpp.cmake
  • cmake/OpenCVModule.cmake

Any idea to make use of it easily in your own application that will not be compiled with OpenCV?

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Maybe I'm wrong, but I think you don't have to generate cpp/hpp files from the cl code. You just create a ocl::Kernel using the ocl::ProgramSource (which is a string containing the OpenCL source code) and execute it on the device.

Maybe this answer will help: http://answers.opencv.org/question/26...

kbarni gravatar imagekbarni ( 2016-03-25 04:40:42 -0500 )edit

Thank you very much for your reply.

It seems that you are correct. I think this has something to do with OpenCL where you defined the kernel using text string. I am very new to these GPGPU. I guess this is quite common for people who using shading language.

milLII3yway gravatar imagemilLII3yway ( 2016-03-27 06:40:03 -0500 )edit