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fails to show report with error message "input string was not in correct format"

I've successfully compiled/built a simple opencl kernel in Visual Studio (Community, 2013) using code-builder, assigned parameters, set up global size (local set to auto). Analysis runs properly, a valid .cbreport file is generated (attached with .txt extension) and opened, but an error window appears with the message "input string was not in correct format" and nothing appears for the report in visual studio.

Intel® XDK FAQs - Cordova

Q1: How do I set app orientation?

If you are using Cordova* 3.X build options (Crosswalk* for Android*, Android*, iOS*, etc.), you can set the orientation under the Projects panel > Select your project > Cordova* 3.X Hybrid Mobile App Settings - Build Settings. Under the Build Settings, you can set the Orientation for your desired mobile platform.  

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  • Building Android* Middleware Libraries for x86 Devices Using the Android NDK

    There are many middleware libraries out there that developers are using to build great Android apps.  The app may have been released some time ago in the Google* Play store and the library may have only supported arm devices at that time.  Did you know you could reach a larger audience for your app by adding native x86 support?  Building for x86 yields the best performance and experience for Android x86 based devices while not breaking compatibility with arm devices.  Many of these libraries have been updated and build for x86 by default.  There is a great article that details how to do thi

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