Deprecation does not mean immediate removal, but it does begin the process below for a selective list of primitives and change the support status of some samples.The purpose of the deprecations is to gather feedback with this timeline:
You can continue to use deprecated primitives in your products. The deprecation warning message can be turned off just like any other deprecation warning message. Backwards compatibility will be maintained and these primitives will continue to work while feedback is gathered.
We want your input, especially if removal of any function would cause hardship. Each request for reinstatement will be considered. However, functions which receive no feedback will be automatically removed at the end of the feedback period.
Legacy samples: Iess frequently used or obsolete samples are being moved to legacy status. In many cases these will continue to build with minimal effort during the feedback period for the primitives they are based on. However, please note that legacy status moves them outside of the IPP product and its support.
|Primitive Deprecations||High Level API and Sample Changes|
of functions marked for deprecation in Intel® IPP 7.1
Deprecation summary by domain
Media sample changes
Other sample changes
The deprecated feature feedback form below has been set up to help gather data on the level of interest in deprecated functions and samples moved to legacy status. You can search for individual functions or paste text containing function names into the "parse & add" area and the function names will be extracted automatically. There is a textbox at the bottom for any additional description you would like to add. All feedback is welcome. Please fill out the form with your usage specifics or email us .
STEP 1: Search and select functions you useEnter individual functions
Function names will autocomplete. Press 'add' to include in your feedback list
OR paste your compiler log/function list
All deprecated Intel® IPP functions in this text will be added below after 'Parse & Add' is clicked
You can use a simple AWK script to extract the names of the Intel IPP functions used in your application without having to reveal any of your application source.
STEP 2: Review the list of deprecated IPP functions used in your project(s)This is the list that will be sent to Intel. The previous forms fill in this list.
STEP 3: Tell us who you are (Optional)This information will only be used for product planning and, if you opt in, for Intel® IPP related followup
May we follow up with you to further discuss your use of Intel IPP?†
STEP 4: Provide additional feedback (Optional)Put feedback on legacy samples here
WHEN DONE: Click "Submit Usage Report"
Top reported functions
- ippsMulC_32f_I 
- ippsAdd_32f_I 
- ippiResizeSqrPixel_8u_C1R 
- ippsMul_32f_I 
- ippsAddC_32f_I 
- ippsMulC_64f_I 
- ippsDivC_32f_I 
- ippsTone_Direct_32fc 
- ippStaticInit 
- ippiResizeSqrPixel_8u_C4R 
- ippsSub_32f_I 
- ippsAdd_64f_I 
- ippiResizeSqrPixel_8u_C3R 
- ippsSubC_32f_I 
- ippsMul_32fc_I 
† Opt-in policy: itdoclib.intel.com/getdoc.asp?id=112086