per my first post, with the Kernel analyzer it states that it acts as a code analyzer, as well as several other features such as kernel performance, ect… I was concerned with something to spot check code, like an editor (not that I am not interested in the other things) . I have never used this, only read the online specs. I just wanted to avoid typos with C++ including OpenCL parallel terms for the kernels, which will either be missed, or constantly show up as typo’s in an Emacs editor on Linux. I am aware there are comand line options for some of the kernel anylyzer performance, and warnings, etc…but like most people on earth I am at heart a lazy bastard.
In addition, I am also interested in scientific applications, which I see a big future in as far as Molecular biology (as already demoed from Kronos and folding@home parasitic computing techniques), and physics (if somone ever builds a 20 CPU, 100 GPU system for the later).