Standard Portable Intermediate Representation is an actively used intermediate representation language created in 2014. Standard Portable Intermediate Representation (SPIR) is an intermediate language for parallel compute and graphics by Khronos Group, originally developed for use with OpenCL. SPIR was rewritten into SPIR-V in March 2015.. Read more on Wikipedia...

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