Provided by: darktable_2.6.0-1_amd64 bug


       darktable-cltest - check if there is a usable OpenCL environment for darktable to use




       darktable is a digital photography workflow application for Linux, Mac OS X and several
       other Unices.  It's described further in darktable(1).

       darktable-cltest checks if there is a usable OpenCL environment on your system that
       darktable can use.  It emits some debug output that is equivalent to calling darktable -d
       opencl and then terminates.




       The principal developer of darktable is Johannes Hanika.  The (hopefully) complete list of
       contributors to the project is:

       * developers: Roman Lebedev, Pascal Obry, Tobias Ellinghaus, Stefan Schöfegger, Peter
       Budai, Ulrich Pegelow, johannes hanika, parafin, Alexandre Prokoudine, Aldric Renaudin,
       Edouard Gomez.

       * translators: Pascal Obry, Ger Siemerink, Tobias Ellinghaus, Maurizio Paglia, Timur I.
       Davletshin, Alexandre Prokoudine, mepi0011, Báthory Péter, Jeronimo Pellegrini, Matjaž
       Jeran, shlomi braitbart, Aurélien PIERRE, Heiko Bauke, Josep V. Moragues, Marko Vertainen,
       Michel Leblond, Milan Knížek, Novy Sawai, Ragnar Wisløff, Tomasz Golinski.

       * contributors (at least 4 commits): Aurélien PIERRE, rawfiner, edgardoh, Dan Torop, Ger
       Siemerink, Matthieu Moy, Maurizio Paglia, Andreas Schneider, Heiko Bauke, Rikard Öxler,
       Timur I. Davletshin, Benoit Brummer, Philippe Weyland, grand-piano, luzpaz, Mario Lueder,
       Robert Bridge, mepi0011.

       * RawSpeed contributors (at least 1 commit): Stefan Löffler, Stefan Hoffmeister, parafin,
       Robert Bieber, Tobias Ellinghaus, Matthieu Volat, Shita Yuuma, Stefan Schöfegger, luz.paz.

       And all those of you that made previous releases possible

       This man page was written by Ulrich Pegelow <> as part of the
       usermanual.  It was turned into a man page by Tobias Ellinghaus <>.


       Copyright (C) 2009-2017 by Authors.

       darktable is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the GPL v3 or (at your option) any later version.