On Mittwoch 12 August 2009, wtftc wrote:
I've updated the wiki with my configuration of
Windows Vista 64 bit with
Visual Studio 2008. To use it, your entire python stack must also be 64
bit. The build was x64, also known as amd64.
I also have a question: is it possible to statically
compile all embedded
kernels in my code with pycuda? Deploying a program with pycuda widely with
because it requires the cuda and c++ build tools, which are heavy. It would
be nice to have an option to generate a library at build time that could
then be packaged and installed without having to do the heavy c lifting.
That's very possible--this would amount to preseeding the PyCUDA compiler
cache. I'd certainly merge a patch that implements this. The PyCUDA compiler
cache logic is ~200 lines, so this should be easy to add.