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Remove unused texture parameters from OpenCL #251

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kpouget commented Oct 23, 2014

Remove unused texture parameters from OpenCL to get rid of (Intel MIC) missing image-support problems

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buildbot-princeton commented Oct 23, 2014

The files changed require a buildbot test. Buildbot has started.

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buildbot-princeton commented Oct 23, 2014

Your changes passed the buildbot test. See build 133.

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kpouget commented Oct 23, 2014

wait, there's a problem with the first commit, I'm working on it

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buildbot-princeton commented Oct 23, 2014

You pushed to your local branch while your previous changes are waiting to be committed. We assume that you did not intend for these changes to be part of the currently opened pull-request and ignore those changes. If you want these changes to be committed, please open a new pull-request.

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buildbot-princeton commented Oct 23, 2014

You pushed to your local branch while your previous changes are waiting to be committed. We assume that you did not intend for these changes to be part of the currently opened pull-request and ignore those changes. If you want these changes to be committed, please open a new pull-request.

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