[PyCUDA] use PyCUDA or PyOpenCL without Visual Studio
Paul Rigor (uci)
paul.rigor at uci.edu
Tue Jan 19 12:32:23 PST 2010
You'll probably want to still use nmake (microsoft's 'make' system). If
not, you can go with a cygwin installation, use gnu make, but specify the
paths to your compiler (assuming visual c++) and the required libraries,
Not sure about your second question.
On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 11:47 AM, Bogdan <bogdan_chivoiu at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am interested in testing the GPU processing capabilities of a Quadro FX
> card. I would like to know if it's possible to install and use PyCUDA
> PyOpenCL) without Visual Studio on a Windows computer. The instructions at
> http://wiki.tiker.net/PyCuda/Installation/Windows don't indicate such an
> On a related note, when I check the current driver version for the card, I
> 18.104.22.16800 (which seems to have CUDA capabilities). How is this related
> to the
> 190.38 version that NVIDIA provides on the Download CUDA page?
> Thank you.
> Best regards,
> PyCUDA mailing list
> PyCUDA at tiker.net
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