gcc-10/changes.html – mention OpenMP's use_device_addr support
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Tobias Burnus Oct. 9, 2019, 8:20 a.m. UTC
This mentioned the recently added OpenMP 5 feature "use_device_addr" 
which complements the (for Fortran) underspecified "use_device_ptr". The 
rest of the message, I have taken and modified from gcc-7/changes.html. 
– [On the C/C++, ME and libgomp side, OpenMP 4.5 is supported and 5.0 
partially.]

Comments?

Note: The webpages are now in GIT, cf. 
https://gcc.gnu.org/about.html#git + recent gcc-patches@ announcement.

Tobias

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Gerald Pfeifer Oct. 9, 2019, 9:14 a.m. UTC | #1
On Wed, 9 Oct 2019, Tobias Burnus wrote:
> This mentioned the recently added OpenMP 5 feature "use_device_addr" 
> which complements the (for Fortran) underspecified "use_device_ptr". The 
> rest of the message, I have taken and modified from gcc-7/changes.html. 

Please use <code> instead of <tt> and break the sentence with a full
stop before "note" (to avoid two semicolons).

Thanks for this update, and okay with the above.

> Note: The webpages are now in GIT, cf. https://gcc.gnu.org/about.html#git +
> recent gcc-patches@ announcement.

And yours is the very first patch I am processing in the new world. :-)
Congrats!

Gerald

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diff --git a/htdocs/gcc-10/changes.html b/htdocs/gcc-10/changes.html
index c8e4c81f..b4b5f687 100644
--- a/htdocs/gcc-10/changes.html
+++ b/htdocs/gcc-10/changes.html
@@ -107,6 +107,12 @@  a work-in-progress.</p>
 
 <h3 id="fortran">Fortran</h3>
 <ul>
+  <li><tt>use_device_addr</tt> of version 5.0 of the
+      <a href="https://www.openmp.org/specifications/">OpenMP specification</a>
+      is now supported; note that otherwise OpenMP 4.5 is partially supported
+      in the Fortran compiler; the largest missing item is structure element
+      mapping.
+  </li>
   <li>
     The default buffer size for I/O using unformatted files has been
     increased to 1048576.  The buffer size for can now be set at