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Reported in mailing list: https://sourceforge.net/p/pocl/mailman/message/34536660/
@jrprice do you have ideas for this? Sounds like an issue with the cl2.hpp which comes straight from Khronos, right?
OK, I managed to reproduce this when building with FreeBSD's default Clang (3.4). Forcing configure to use Clang 3.6 (
So this might just be a bug in old Clang, but I'm not 100% sure yet. Haven't encountered any other compilers that can't handle this