"thierry.moudiki" <thierry.moudiki(a)protonmail.com> writes:
I'm interested in using your package PyCUDA, and I have one question about it (just
to make sure that I understand how it works). In the example presented here:
, when you call the sourced function
- The option `block` has 3 elements in case it's a 1D, 2D or 3D block,
and each tuple element is the number of threads per block. E.g: if I
use threadIdx.x and threadIdx.y with blocks of 400 threads each, will
I have `block = (400, 400, 1)`?
- For the option `grid`, I'm not sure. Is it: we can have 1D or
grids? What about this tuple's elements? Tuple element == Number of
blocks per grid?
In the future, please address requests like this to the mailing
list. I've cc'd them for archival.